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THE . 

PAISLEY DIRECTORY 



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GENERAL ADVERTISER 



FOR 



1899-1900. 



INCLUDING COMPREHENSIVE AND ACCURATE DIRECTORD S 



RENFREV\^ 

JOHNSTONE, 

QUARRELTON, 

ELDERSLIE, 

INKERMANN, 



BLACKSTON, 

CLIPPENS, 

LINWOOD, 

HOWWOOD, 

KILBARCHAN, 



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Etc., 



WITH AN APPENDIX, 

Comprising a Copious List of the Public Boards, Institutions, Societies, 
connected with the various localities. 



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PAISLEY : 
J. & J, COOK, "GAZETTE" BUILDINGS, 94 HIGH STREET. 



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THE HOLM LAUNDRY, 

]P -A. I S X. E "2^ 
(Telephone 288). 

THE NEWEST AND BEST IN TOWN. 

GRASS PARK FOR BLEACHING. 

FIRST-CLASS CARPET BEATER. 
G-OODS COIiIiUCTED and DEIiIVERED FREE. 



GARDNER & CO. 

Nothing makes HOME so 
CLEAN, BRIGHT, and 
ATTRACTIVE as a liberal use of 

R 1 S©np Powder. 

Sole Makers : 

ISPALE & M'CALLUM, 

PAISLEY. 



WILLIAM CURRIE, 

JVIONUMENTAL SeULPiTOR, 
BROOWILANDS STREET, PAISLEY 

(OPPOSITE CEMETERY GATE). 

MONUMENTS, in Granite, Marble, and Freestone executed to any design. 

MONUMENTS AND HEADSTONES CLEANED AND REPAIRED. 

INSCRIPTIONS CUT IN EVERY STYLE. 

JOBBINGS IN TOWN and COUNTRY PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO. 
DESIGNS AND ESTIMATES FREE ON APPLICATION. 



PREFACE. 



The Publishers have pleasure ia issuing the present 
Directory, and hope that it will be found full and 
accurate. 

After the General and Trades Directories will be found 
a copious Appendix, giving the present office - bearers 
and directorates of the various local public bodies and 
societies. 

The Publishers have pleasure in acknowledging the kind- 
ness of ladies and gentlemen connected with the various 
associations for supplying information, and also beg to 
thank their numerous Subscribers and Advertisers for their 
patronage. 



94 High Street, 
Paisley, June, 1899. 



CONTENTS. 



PAGE 

Advertising List, 329 

Agricultural(Renfrewshire)Society, 258 

Angling Clubs, 255 

Annual Holidays, 223 

Argylland Sutherland Highlanders, 259 

Art Institute, 236 

Art Union, 236 

Assessments, Rates of, 209 

Athletic Clubs, 253 

Ayrshire Association, 227 

Bank Holidays, 223 

Banks, 222 

Banns, Fees for proclamation of, 221 

Beaconsfield Club, 248 

Bicycle Clubs, 253 

Bowling Clubs, 252 

Building (" Economic ") Societies, 226 

Building Trades Federation, 226 

Burgh Officer, 211 

Burgh and Police Courts, 211 

Burns Clubs, 227 

Cadets of Temperance, 232 

Canine Society, 252 

Carriers' Quarters, 217 

Cart Navigation Trustees, 210 

Cemetery Company (Limited), ... 225 

Central Unionist Association, 249 

Choral Union, 236 

Christian Benevolent Society, 238 

Christian Endeavour Union, 238 

Church of Scotland Young Men's 

Guild, 239 

Church Officers, 241 

Clippens Directory, 319 

Club (The), 227 

Coats Obsei'vatory, 236 

Coffee Room Buildings, 237 

Commissary Court, 211 

Commissioners of Supply, 257 

Conservative Association (Paisley), 248 
Conservative Association (West 

Renfrewshire), 248 

Constituency (Municipal), 207 

Constituency (Parliamentary), 207 

Convalescent Home, 224 

Co-operative Societies, 233 

County Council, 256 



PAGE 

Cowfeeders' and Dairymen's Asso- 
ciation, :. 226 

Cricket Clubs, 253 

Curling Clubs, 251 

Deaf (Paisley Mission to the) and 

Dumb, 225 

Dean of Guild Court, 211 

Distances, Table of, 260 

Draughts Club, 252 

Druids Friendly Society, 230 

Duncan Wright Endowment, 237 

Eastern Unionist Association, 249 

Educational (The Paisley) Trust,.. 246 

Elderslie Directory, 312 

Eye (Paisley Royal Victoria) In- 
firmary, 224 

Fairs, 223 

Female Refuge, '. 225 

Fiars Prices, 256 

Fire Brigade, 210 

Florist Societies, 250 

Football Clubs, 254 

Foresters, Ancient Order of, 229 

Free Breakfast Mission, 238 

Free Public Library and Museum, 235 

Free Gardeners, 230 

Friendly and Funeral Societies, . . . 233 

Gaelic Club, 228 

Golf Club, 255 

Good Templar Lodges, 23 1 

Good Templar Hall Trust, 237 

Grocers' Company, 233 

Hammermen's Society, 233 

Harriers, 255 

Heritable (The Paisley) Property 

Investment Society, 226 

Highlanders' Association, 227 

Horticultural Societies, 250 

Howwood Directory, 316 

Income Tax Commissioners, 223 

Incorporated Societies, 232 

Incurable Diseases, Society for 

Treatment of, 225 

Industrial School, 225 

Infirmary, 224 

Inkermann Directoiy, 323 



VIU 



CONTENTS. 



PAGE 

John Neilson Institution, 246 

Johnstone Directory, 281 

Johnstone Directory Appendix, ... 301 

Justice of Peace Constables, 211 

Justice of Peace Court, 211 

Justices of the Peace, 210 

Kibble Reformatory Institution, ... 224 

Kilbarchan Directory, 326 

Liberal Associations, 247 

Liberal Club, 247 

Liberal Unionist Association, 247 

Linwood Directory, 319 

Magistrates and Town Council, ... 208 

Maltmen's Society, 233 

Masonic Lodges, 228 

Member of Parliament, 207 

Merchants, Incorporation of, 232 

Naturalists' Society, 227 

New (The) Club, 227 

Oddfellows, 229 

Old Weavers' Society, 232 

Omnibus traffic, 217 

Ornithological Associations, 250 

Parishes, List of 219 

Parish (Paisley) Council, 219 

Parliamentary Ward Boundaries... 207 

Peter Brough Bequest Fund, 237 

Philharmonic Society, 236 

Philosophical Institution, 235 

Photographic Society, 226 

Pipers' Club, 228 

Police Commissioners, 209 

Political Clubs and Associations,... 247 
Poor, Association for Improving 

the Condition of, ' 224 

Population of Paisley, 207 

Post Office, 212 

Poultry and Pigeon Association, . . . 250 

Precentors, 240 

Primrose League, 248 

Promotion of Trade, Renfrewshire 

Association for the, 226 

Property (Paisley) Protection Asso- 
ciation, 225 

Public Offices, &c 218 



PAGE 

Quarrelton Directory, 325 

Quarter Sessions, Court of, 211 

Race Committee, 217 

Railway Companies, 216 

Ralston Gardens Association, Ltd. 251 
Rechabites( Independent Order of), 232 

Register Office, 221 

Religious Denominations, 240 

Renfrew Directory, 265 

Renfrew Directory Appendix, 276 

Renfrewshire Police, 259 

Rowing Clubs, 255 

Sabbath School Union, 238 

Savings Bank, 223 

School Board, , ,. 244 

School of Science and Art, 246 

Schools, Public and other, 244 

Sharon Hall Mission, 232 

Shepherds, Loyal Order of Ancient, 230 

Sheriff Court, 211 

Sheriff Officers, 211 

Shorthand Writers' Association,... 227 

Skating Club, 254 

Small Debt Court, 211 

Sons of Temperance Friendly 

Society, 231 

Street Guide, 1 1 

Swimming Clubs, 255 

Tannahill Clubs, 228 

Technical College, 246 

Thirteen Club, 227 

Thonihill Directory (included in 
Johnstone Directoi-y), 

Total Abstinence Society, 232 

Town Council Officer, 211 

Trades' Directory, 169 

Trade Societies, 249 

Tramways Company, Limited, ... 237 

Tramways and Omnibus Traffic, ... 217 

United Abstainers' Club, 232 

Ward (Parliamentary) boundaries, 207 
Weights and measures, Inspectors of, 211 
West Renfrewshire Liberal Asso- 
ciation, 247 

Women's Christian and Abstinence 

Association, 232 

Women's Liberal Association, 247 

Young Men's Christian Association, 239 



LIST OF ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PAGE 

Alexander, James, 332 

Alliance Assurance Coy. — Facing 
last board of Directory. 

Bain, Robert J., 333 

Bell, A., & Sons, Ltd., 333 

Biggar, William, 344 

Caledonian Plate Glass Insurance 

Co. Ltd., 344 

Carswell, David, & Son, 331 

Central Typewriting Office, 335 

Cochran, Robert, & Sons, 329 

Cook, J. & J., — Facing page 16. 
Co-operative Manufacturing So- 
ciety Ltd., 345 

Currie, "William, 3 

Davidson, C, 339 

Duff & Miller, 10 

Drenna:n, James, 33^ 

Fenton, L. H., 333 

Gibson, Andrew, & Son, — Facing 
page 17. 

Gibson & Reid, 329 

Gilmour, John, 330 

Gleniffer Laundry, 331 

Good Templar Halls, 335 

Hamilton, Andrew, 343 

Hamilton, Robert, 336 

Hay, Robert, & Son, 206 

Holm Laundry, 3 

Home Knitting Coy., 334 

Hunter, T. K., 337 

Hutchison, D. T., 168 

Hutchison & Co., ^. 168 

Hutton, Wm., 342 

Isiale & M'Callum, 3 



PAGE 

Kean & Wardrop, — Facing page 17. 

Kilpatrick, John, & Son, 34a 

Knox, W., 336 

Leggat, David, & Co., 337 

Liverpool and London and Globe 

Insurance Co., — Last board of 

Directory. 

Myles, William, Jr., IJ 

Macdonald, Alex., & Co., Ltd.,... 340 

Macfee, John, 336 

Macfee, H. M., & Co., 34° 

M'Geoch, David, & Son, 330- 

M'Gown, Alex. B., 331 

M'llwrick, Wm. J., 332- 

North British and Mercantile In- 
surance Compy., — Facing front 
board of Directory. 

Paisley Funeral Society, 342* 

Parlane & Kerr, 334 

Paterson, Joseph, 335 

Paterson, Sons, & Co., 349 

Paton, Robert, 334 

Patrick, W. N., 15 

Provident Co- Operative Society, . . . 346 

Robertson & Son, 338 

Rowat, Alex., & Co., 348 

Speirs, William, 343 

Stevenson, Alex., 338 

Stevenson, Charles, 330 

Stonefield Laundry, 339 

Storrie, J. & W., 33^ 

Sun Insurance Office, — Front 
board of Directory. 

Templeton, J., & Co., 334 

Tramways, The Paisley, Coy., 341 



LIST OF ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Underwood Co - Operative Coal 

Society, : 345 

Uric, Matthew, 338 



Wallace, John, 338 

Whiteford, J. H., 329 

Winning & Fulton, 330 



Wood, James, & Co., 340 

Wood, G.,&Co., , 336 

Wood, J. Muir, & Co., 341 



Yielder, R., & Co., 339 

Young, Wm., 337 



DUFF & MILLER, 



WATCH & CLOCK MAKERS, JEWELLERS, &c., 

20 HIGH STREET, PAISLEY. 



Large and Varied Stock of WATCHES, JEWELLERY, & ELECTRO- 
PLATE of every description. 

SPECIALTY IN SPOONS AND FORKS. 

WEDDING RINGS, ENGAGEMENT RINGS, &c. 

Clocks Wound by Annual Contract in Private Residences, Offices, and Public Buildings in Paisley 
AND Surrounding District by Experienced and Careful Workmen. 

General Electro-Platers in Gold, Silver, Nickel, Bronze, &c. 

Repairs of all kinds Executed lay a Staff of Efficient "Workmen. 



PAISLEY STREET GUIDE. 



ABBEY Close, from 18 Smithhills to 

Abbey street 
Abbey street, from Abbey close to 

Thread street 
Abbey terrace, Cochran street 
Abercorn street, north end of West 

Croft to Laighpark 
Albion street, from 25 Lovest. westward 
Albert street, off Springbank road 
Alexandria place, Calside 
Andrews street, off Caledonia street 
Annfield place, Bartei-holm, off Lylesland 
Argyle street, off Lady lane, westward 
Arthur street, west side of Well street 
BACK Sneddon, north of 2 Old Sneddon 
Bank street, south from 22 Gauze st. 

to Mill street 
Barclay street, south from 15 George 

street to Canal street 
Barracks (Foot), north side of Williams- 
burgh 
Barracks (Militia staff), south side of 

Williamsburgh 
Barrhead road, east from Blackball b'dgs 
Barr street, south from 20 George st. 

to Canal street 
Barterholm, east side of Lylesland 
Blackball buildings, from Lonend to 

Canal Railway bridge 
Blackball street, east from Lonend 
Blacklaw lane, west from 18 New 

Sneddon to Back Sneddon 
Blackstoun road, west from Greeuhill 
Bladda, north of Saucel 
Blyths wood drive, east from Caledonia st. 
Braid's road, from Colinslee to Sunny- 
side road 
Brick lane, from So. Croft to No. Croft 
Bridge street (south), from Abbey 

bridge to Orchard street 
Bridge street (north), from 20 Abbey 

street to Abbey bridge 
Broomlands, west end of Wellmeadow 

to Ferguslie 
JBrown's'lane, west side of 97 Causeyside 

to George place 
Brown St., off so. side of Underwood rd. 
Buchanan street (East), north side of 

Incle street to Greenlaw street 
Buchanan terrace, Greenock road 
Buchanan street (West), south from 

28 George street to Canal street 
Bute place, west side of Neilston street 
CALEDONIA street, from St. James 
street northward to Greenock road 



Caledonia place, corner of Murray street 

and Greenock road 
Calside avenue, west of Calside 
Calside,south-west from head of Causey- 
side to Stock street 
Calside terrace, west side of Calside 
Cameron street, continuation of Bank st. 
Campbell street (South), from 8 Neilston 

street to Espedair burn 
Campbell street (West), north of 53 

Broomlands 
Camphill, soutli side of 32 Canal street 
Camphill place, between Canal street 

and Camphill 
Canal street, west from 86 Causeyside 

street to Ealston square 
Carbrook street, from north side of 53 

Broomlands to West Campbell street 
Carlile lane, east side of 85 New Sneddon 

to river 
Carlile place, east side of New Sneddon, 

opposite Wallace street 
Cart lane, east side of 80 New Sneddon 

to river 
Cart street, from Thread st. to Seedhills 
Cartvale lane, from Cartvale house to 

New Sneddon 
Carriagehill, from Dovesland southward 
Carriagehill drive, from Mary street to 

Braid's road 
Carriagehill (High) 

Castlehead, north side of Craw road, ap- 
proach by west end of Canal street 
Castle street, west end of Wellmeadow 

to George street 
Causeyside, from foot of St. Mirren st. 

to Calside 
Cawthorne court, east side of Orr street 

(off Orr square) 
Chain road, West toll, southward 
Chapelhill, off Barrhead road 
Charleston, by Lylesland westward 
Christie street, south of Garthland street 
Christie lane, east side of 93 New 

Sneddon to the Quay 
Churchhill, north side of 86 High street 

to Oakshaw street 
Church place. School wynd to Churchhill 
Clark street, west of Greenock road to 

Westmarch 
Clavering street, from Well st. to King st, 
Cochran street, off Mill street 
Colinslee, from Carriagehill to Potterhill 
Corsebar road, from Maxwellton to 

Meikleriggs 



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PAISLEY STREKT GUIDE. 



Cotton street, south side of 23 Gauze 

street to Abbey street 
County buildings, St. James street 
County place, from Gilmour street to 

Moss street 
Craigielea place, off Murray street 
Croft (East), from Wallneuk to Renfrew- 
read 
Croft (North), from Greenlaw street to 

Newton quay 
Croft (South), east end of Abercorn 

bridge to Wallneuk 
Croft (West), from 16 New Smithhills 

to Abercorn street 
Crossflat, south side of Garthland street 
Crossflat terrace, soath side of Glasgow 

road 
Cross street, 29 Castle st. to 5 Queen st. 
Craw road, Calside to Maswellton 
Craigielea Placp, north side of Black- 

stoan road 
Craigielea street, off Murray street 
DIXON st.,from Phillips st.to Whitehead 

St. 

Douglas street, from Arthur street to 
Clavering street 

Douglas terrace, Inchinnan road 

Duke street, south side of Rowan street 

Dyers' wynd, east side of 48 Moss street 
to river 

EARL Greyplace, westsideof Lyleslaud 

Espedair street, from 56 Causeyside 
southward 

FALSIDE rd., near Colinslee westward 

Ferguslie, west end of Broomlands to 
Millarston 

Ferguslie buildings, south side of Back 
row, Ferguslie 

Ferguslie East lane, south of 41 Broom- 
lands to Maxwellton 

Ferguslie Mid lane, 7 Ferguslie to Max- 
wellton 

Ferguslie walk, from 42 Broomlands 
northward 

Ferguslie west lane, 2 Ferguslie to 
Coats's Thread works 

Forbes place, from 10 Causeyside to 
Water brae (Burgh) 

GALLOWAY street, o£f Underwood rd. 

Garthland lane, north side of Garthland st 

Garthland place, east end of Garthland 
street, opposite Christie street 

Garthland street, from east end of 
Gauze street to Williamsburgh 

Gas Work, north-west of foot of Well st, 

Gateside, east side of Renfrew road 



Gauze street, from Smithhills street to 

Garthl&nd street 
George place, east end of George street 

to Brown's lane 
George street, west side of 96 Causey- 
side to Broomlands 
Gilmour street, from High street (Cross) 

north to New Sneddon 
Gladstone terrace, Neilson street 
Glasgow road, begins at East toll 
Glendale place, south side of Braids rd. 
Gleu lane, north side of 29 St. James 

street to Glen street 
Glen street, west side of Love street to 

Caledonia street 
Gleniffer terrace, New Stock street 
Glenview, east from Lylesland 
Gordon place, King street (west) 
Gordon's lane, east side of 32 Causey- 
side to Burn row 
Goudie street, from Springbank road to 

Greenock road 
Greenhill, north-west side of Underwood 

street 
Greenhill road, off Underwood road 
Greenlaw, north of Garthland street 
Greenlaw avenue 
Greenlaw drive, north of Williamsburgh, 

Glasgow road 
Greenlaw station, east end of North 

Croft eastward 
Greenlaw terrace, north side of Glasgow- 
road and east of Royal terrace 
Greenock rd.. continuation of Caledonia st 
HAMILTON street (Great), (by Cal- 

side)east side of Calside by Dovesland 
Hamilton street, west side of Renfrew 

street to river 
Hannay street, West side of Well street 
Harbour lane, east side of 92 New 

Sneddon to Quay 
Harbour (New), Carlile place 
Henderson street, from Underwood lane 

to Brown street 
Highland lane, s«uth side of South Croft 
High street, west end of St. James 

bridge to Wellmeadow 
Hillview place, Espedair 
Hospital lane, west side of 6 New 

Sneddon to Back Sneddon 
Howie street, Barskiven 
Hunter street, west side of 22 M ss st. 
INCHINNAN road, continuation of 

Love street 
Incle street, from Lawn street to east 

eud of Gauze street 



PAISLEY STREET GUIDE. 



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JANEFIELD place, Barterholm, off 

Lylesland 
Jobustone road, begins at West toll 
Johnston street, from Causeyside to 

Orchard street 
John street, north side of 72 Bro«mlauds 

KERR St., south from Underwood rd. 
Kilncroft lane, east side of Carriagehill 
Kilnside read, north from Seedhill rd. 
King St., from Saucel south-west ward 
King street, north side of 76 Broomlands 
Knox street, from 47 Broomlands to 
West Campbell street 

LACY street, from Williarasburgh to 

Seedhill road 
Lady lane, west end of High street to 

Canal street 
Ladyburn street, from M'Kerrell street 

to Kilnside road 
Laigh Kirk lane, west side of 110 

Causeyside to Cumberland court 
Laigh park, north end of Abercorn st. 
Lawn St., head of Gauze et. to Wallneuk 
Lonend, from Saucel to Blackball bdgs 
Love street, from St. James place to 

Nethercommon 
Lowndes' lane, east side of 78 New 

Sneddon to the river 
Lylesland, from Neilston street to 

Carriagehill 
Lylesland terrace, Espedair street 

MACDOWALL street, west side of 

Caledonia street westward 
M'Farlane's lane, north side of North 

Croft to Niddry street 
Macfarlaue street, west from Greenock 

road to Pattison's Mound 
M'lntyre place, east of Park road 
Mackenzie street, from Blackstoun road 

to Greenhill road 
MacKean st., from Murray st. to Clark st. 
M'Kerrell street, Crossflat 
Mansfield place, west side of Neilston st. 
Marshall's lane, north side of Orchard 

street to river 
Mary street, west side of Carriagehill 
Mavisbank terrace, Blackball 
Maxwell street, east side of Love street 

to Back Sneddon 
MaxwelltoH, east of Eerguslie Back row 
Max well ton street, south side of 13 

Broomlands to Cowiesten 



Meeting House lane, west side of 14 

Moss street to Oakshaw street 
Melbourne terrace, Seedhill road 
Middle lane, west side of 11 New Sned- 
don to Back Sneddon 
Millar St., from Mill st. to Christie st. 
Millarston, west end of Ferguslie 
Mill St., east end of Gauze st. to Seedhill 
Mill place, Camphill 
Moncrieff street, east side of 71 Love 

street to Back Sneddon 
Mess street, from Bank buildings to 

Old Sneddon 
Moss-side place, Greenock road 
Mossvale, north end of Greenock road 
Mossvale lane, off Greenock road 
Mossvale st., west side of Mossvale lane 
Muri-ay street, west of Greenock road 
to Westmarch 

NIDDRY street, west side of Renfrew 
street to river 

Neil street, from Cowieston eastward 

Neilston street (Burgh), from head of 
Causeyside to Lylesland 

Neilson st. (Calside), east side of Smith st. 

Nethercommon, from Love st. northward 

New Smithhills, north side of 4 Smith- 
hills to West Croft 

New Sneddon, north side of Old Sneddon 
to Cartvale 

New street, south side of 28 High street 
to Causeyside 

New Stock street, continuation of Stock 
street eastward 

Newton street, from Cowieston west- 
ward to Maxwellton 

North street, east side of Love street to 
Back Sneddon 

OAKSHAW street, from head of School 
wynd to the John Neilson Institution 

Oakshawhead, north of the John Neilson 
Institution, by Oakshaw street 

Old Sneddon, foot of Moss street to 
Abercorn bridge 

Orchard street, east side of 81 Causey- 
side to Gordon's lane 

Orr square, north side of 81 High street 

Orr St., from Orr sq. to Oakshaw st. 

Orr street (South), from Neilston street 
to Espedair street 

PARK place, east side of Calside 

Park road, from Smith street to Burgh 
boundary 



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PAISLEY STREET GUIDE. 



Pattisonst.,o&'Greenhill rd. westward 
Phillips St., continuation of Cochran st. 
Potterhill, southward of Carriagehill 
Prussia street, east side of 25 Causey- 
side to Gordon's lane 

QUAY lane, east side of 88 New Sned- 
don to Quay 

Queen street, south side of 7 Broom- 
lands to George street 

EALSTON square, south side of 50 

George street 
Renfrew rd.,oontinuationof Renfrew st, 
Renfrew street, north end of East Croft 

to Gateside 
Riccartsbar avenue, south frooiRiccarts- 

bar road 
Rosebery place, south from Carriagehill 
Rowan street, east side of L3'lesland 
Royal terrace, north side of Glasgow 

road and east of Garthland place 
Russell St., north-east from Greenock rd. 

SANDHOLES, head of Well street to 

King street 
Saucel, east end of Gordon's la. to Lonend 
School wynd, west side of 6 Moss street 

to Oakshaw street 
Seedhill, from Cart street to Seedhill 

road toHawkhead road 
Shuttle street, south side of 30 New 

street to Brown's lane 
Silk st, east side of Lawn st, to Gauze st. 
Sir Michael street, south side of 24 

George street to Canal street 
Springbank road, from north of Love st. 
Smith's lane, north-east side of 72 New 

Sneddon to river 
Smith street, from Stock St. to Neilston 

street (Calside) 
Smitbhills, from east end of St. James 

bridge to Gauze street 
St. James place, from foot of Moss st. 

to Love street 
St. James street, from Love street to 

Underwood street 
St. Mary terrace, Colinslee 
St. Mirren st., from Cross to Causeyside 
Stanley drive, off Blackland Mill road, 

westward 
Stevenson st. rom head of Causeyside 

westward 
Stirling street, west aide of Calside to 

Stevenson street 
Stockst.jwestsideofLyleslandto Calside 



Stouoy brae, from Oakshaw street to St. 

James street 
Stow place, foot of Storie st. to Stew st. 
Storie street, south side of 37 High st. 

to Canal street 
Stow street, west side of 80 Causeyside 

to Stow place 

TANNAHILL place, Greenock road 
Thistle street, back of Thistle buildings 
Thistle buildings, Corsebar road 
Thomas street, north side of 36Ferguslie 
Thorn place, Mary street 
Thread street, from Bank st. to Cart st, 
Townhead terr., south from 40 High st. 
Twigg's lane, north side of 62 New 

Sneddon to river 
UNDERWOOD lane, from 21 Well st. 

eastward 
Underwood road, from St. James street 

to foot of Well street 
Union street, south side of Stock street 
Unstead place, off Kilnside road, 
VICTORIA place. Lady lane 
Victoria buildings, Greenock road 
Victoria street, off Springbank road 
Violet street, north side of Seedhill rd. 

WALLACE street, east side of 50 Love 
street to Carlile place 

Wallneuk, north end of Lawn street to 
East Croft street 

Wardrop street, south side of George 
street to Canal street 

Water brae (Burgh), foot of St. Mirren 
street to river 

Water brae (New Town), west side of 
4 New Smithhills to river 

Wellington st.jWestside of Caledonia st. 

Wellmeadow, west end of High street 
to Broomlands 

Well St., north side of 27 Wellmeadow st. 

West brae, north side of 31 Wellmeadow 
to Oakshaw street 

West St., south side of 20 Broomlands 

Westmarch street, Westmarch 

Whitehaugh terrace, north side of Glas- 
gow road, past Whitehaugh lodge 

Whitehead street, continuation of 
Cameron street 

Whitehaugh drive, north side of Glas- 
gow road 

Williamsburgh, east end of Garthland 
street to East toll bar 

William st., north side of 68 Broomlands 

Wilson street, west of William street 

Woodside place, King street, west 



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W. N. PATRICK, 

PURVEYOR, 

FAMILY BREAD AND BISCUIT BAKER, 
COOK AND CONFECTIONER, 



SOIREES, MARRIAGES, and EVENING PARTIES PURVEYED. 

WEDDING CAKES, and any other Special Cakes, Made to Order. 

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TSIiEFHONS No. 7. 



Ofeice: SAVIIf&S BAIK, REIPREW. 



PAISLEY FREE LIBRARY 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 



ABBEY CHURCH, 16 Smithhills— erected in the year 1160— 

keys to be had at James Adams', church officer, 11 Abbey close 

Abbey Sounding Aisle, Abbey close — James Adams, 11 Abbey 

close, keeper 
Abercorn Foundry Company (Hanna, Donald, & Wilson), iron- 
founders. North Croft 
Abercorn Goods Station, 10 Hamilton street — Wilkie, A., agent ^r 

Abercorn Raihvay Station, Renfrew road — Wilkie, A., station- ' <r 
master ' Q.-^ 

Abercorn Ship-Building Company (Hanna, Donald, & Wilson), ' :o 
Abercorn street ™ 

Abercorn Weaving Factory (H. Crawford), Abercorn street "^ 

Abercrombie, Alex., lithographer, Glasgow — house Rowantrees, . ».;j 
Castlehead ; :. : J 

Abercrombie, John, writer and notary public, of Hart, Abercrombie, ■Xl\ 
& Lang, procurator-fiscal depute for the Upper Ward of Ren- U„ 
frewshire, and justice of peace fiscal for Renfrewshire — . 
house Auchencraig, Craw road ^ 

Abercrombie, T. Graham, architect, 13 Gilmour street — house) . 
Redholme, Castlehead ^ e n 

Abercrombie, Walter A., of Jackson & Abercrombie, 5 County place; _™. 
Abercrombie, William, of Sutherland & Abercrombie, soap manu-| <C 
facturers, Park Soap Works, Glasgow — house Craigmuir,! ^ 
Meikleriggs "^ 

Abercorn Oil Works, M'Farlane street. Race Course road, C. H. 

Handyside & Co. 
Adair, William, superintendent of Temperance Hotel, 2 Forbes pi. 
Adam, Alexander, soot merchantaad chimney-sweep, 14 Old Smith- 
hills 
Adam, Alexander, hairdresser, 3 New st. — ho. do. 
Adam, Alexander, confectioner, 32 George street — house do. 
Adam, Archibald, clerk of works to School Board — house 25 St. 
James street 

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18 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 

Adam, George, coppersmith and tinsmith, 39 Gordon's lane — house 

22 Kiluside road 
Adam, J., ladies' and children's outfitter, 16 High street — house 

Craigievar, Hawkhead road 
Adam, James, 20 Causeyside 

Adam, James, tailor and clothier, 4 Smithhills — house do. 
Adam, James, teacher Camphill School — house 4 Old Smithhills 
Adam, James, & Son, glass merchants, glaziers, glass embossers 

and gilders, 19 Moss street 
Adam, Jnc, M.B. & CM., medical practitioner, consulting rooms, 

2 New Smithhills — house do. 
Adam, John, writer, and agent for the City of Glasgow Life, and 

North British and Mercantile, Scottish Union and National, 

and Royal Exchange Fire and Life Insurance Companies, 5 

County i^lace — house Norwell, Castlehead 
Adam, Jno., hosier, glover, and hatter. The Cross, 9 High street — 

house Craigievar, Hawkhead road 
Adam, John, grocer and spirit merchant, 9 Williamsburgh — ho. do. 
Adam, John, farmer, East Walkinshaw. 
Adam, Matthew, wine and spirit merchant, 60 Causeyside — house 

Wardknowe, Sunnyside 
Adam, Miss Catherine, 5 Christie street 
Adam, Miss Elizabeth, 5 Christie street 
Adam, Miss Margaret, boot store, 1 Mavisbank terrace, Blackball 

— house do. 
Adam, Robert, spirit merchant, 68 George street — house Salisbury 

lodge, Meikleriggs 
Adam, Robert, lithographer. 111 Causeyside — house 10 Kilnside 

road 
Adam, William, jun., assistant sanitary inspector, Muuicipal b'dgs. 

— house Hunterfield, Chapelhili 
Adam, William, manager, Soho Engine Works — house 1 Tannahill 

place 
Adam, William, jun., at Clark & Co.'s — house 7 North street 
Adams, Andrew, hairdresser, 4 Silk street — house 4 Lawn street 
Adams, James, church officer of the Abbey, superintendent Abbey 

graveyard, and keeper of Sounding Aisle — house 11 Abbey close 
Adams, James, law clerk with John Adam — ho. 1 Gladstone terrace 
Adams, James, detective inspector of police — house 8 Carlile place 
Adams, Mrs., fruiterer and confectioner, 23 Neilston road — ho. do» 
Adamson, Donald, gamekeeper, Nethercraigs 

Adie, Alexander, fruiterer, 22 Gauze street — house 10 M'Kerrell st. 
Addison, Jessie, L.L.A., teacher, John Neilson Institution — house 

24 Oakshaw street 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 19 

Agate, William, Mus. B., Oxon., F.R.C.O., teacher of music, organist 

of Geo. A. Clark Town Hall and St. James Church — house 

Hilclen, Castlehead 
Agnew, Andrew, foreman wood turner at Clark & Co. Ltd., 5 Black- 
hall buildings 
Agnew, Miss, of Henderson & Agnew — house 102 Causeyside 
Airlie, Jeanie S., teacher, Camphill Public School — house Braefoot, 

Castlehead 
Airth, George, Gas Works foreman — house Gas Works gate house 
Aitken, Charles, Gleniield road 
Aitken, David, draper, clothier, and dressmaker, 44 New street — 

house Langroods, Inchinnan road 
Aitken, George, assistant inspector. Burgh Parochial Office — house 

61 Back Sneddon street 
Aitken, James, carriage hirer, 16 Thread street 
Aitken, J. & M., dressmakers and milliners, 13 Lawn street 
Aitken, Mrs. William, grocer and draper, 18 Mossvale street — ho. do. 
Aitken, Thomas, joiner, 36 Stock street — house Stonefield cottage 
Aitken, Thomas, baker, 17 Wellmeadow — house 10 Sandholes 
Aitken, Thomas, clerk to John Clark & Co. — ho. 6 Kilnside road 
Aitken, William, at Anderson Bros., Thorn dairy, Johnstone 
Alcorn, John, clerk at R. Brown & Son's — house 19 Greenhill rd. 
Alexander, James, house painter and decorator, 5 George street- — 

house 18 Gleniffer terrace (see advt.) 
Alexander, Jessie, teacher North Public School — house 4 Stow 

place 
Alexander, Jessie, matron Paisley Infirmary 
Alexander, John, at James H. Dunn & Allison, writers — house 6 

Ferguslie buildings 
Alexander, John O., distributor of stamps and sub-collector of 

taxes, agent for Yorkshire Fire and Life Insurance Company 

and the Scottish Alliance Insurance Company Limited, 4 

Causeyside — house 9 Glenview, Barterholm road 
Alexander, J., & Son, jacquard machine makers and weavers' 

Wrights, 41 Gordon's lane — house 18 Moss street 
Alexander, John, mechanic foreman, 6 Ferguslie buildings . 
Alexander, Mrs. John, purveyor, fancy bread and pastry baker, 5 

Love street — house do. 
Alexander, Miss, dairy, 15 Williamsburgh 
Alexander, Robert, clerk at Co-operative Manufacturing Society, 

Ltd., 50 Causeyside street 
Alexander, Robert, 2 Gordon place 
Alexander, R. J., cashier at Ja. Caldwell, Muir, & Caldwell's — house 

5 Falside 



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Alexander, Thomas, officer New Jerusalem Church — house 12 

George street 
Alexander, Mrs. William, 50 Causeyside 
Algie, James, hardware and ironmonger, 16 George street — house 

4 Johnston street 
Allan & M' Farlane, slaters and cement workers, 8 Silk street 
Allan, Charles, market gardener, Moss-side, Greenock road 
Allan, James, lathsplitter, 48 High street — house 10 Castle street 
Allan, Janet Ann, teacher, Camphill Public School — ho. 4 Greenlaw 

avenue 
Allan, John S., manager Glenfield Starch works — ho. The Willows, 

Castlehead 
Allan, Mrs. John, draper, 24 St. James street — house do. 
Allan, Misses, dressmakers, 77 Causeyside 
Allan, Peter, hatter, hosier, and glover, 107 High street — house 

10 Greenlaw avenue 
Allan, T. D., accountant, Royal Bank of Scotland — house Gleniffer 

house, Saltcoats 
Allan, William, confectioner, 4 Espedair 
Alliance Assurance Company, 151 West George street, Glasgow 

(see advt.) 
Allice, Andrew, at James Harvey & Co.'s Ltd. — house 2 Green- 
law avenue 
Allison, Allan, assurance agent, 4 Stevenson street 
Allison, A. C, of Angus Keay & Allison, 98 High street — house 5 

Buchanan terrace 
Allison, David, church officer of St. James' United Presbyterian 

Church, 5 Underwood road 
Allison, David, timber merchant, 49 Love street 
Allison, Hugh, registrar of births, deaths, and marriages, 14 

Gilmour street — house Oldhall, Ralston 
Allison, James, flesher, 34 High street — house Lusshaugh, Glasgow 

road 
Allison, Jeanie, grocer, 29 Williamsburgh — house Florence villa 
Allison, John, grocer and provision merchant, 86 Causeyside — ho. 

4 Stow place 
Allison, Jno. Dunn, M.A., LL.B., of Jas. H. Dunn & Allison, 

writer and notary public — house Cartvale 
Allison, Joseph, & Co., ham curers and provision merchants, 18 

Sandholes — house Florence villa, Glasgow road 
Allison, Joseph, of Joseph Allison & Co. — house Florence villa, 

Glasgow road 
Allison, Matthew, 25 Oakshaw 
Allison, Mrs., fruiterer, 22 Causeyside — house do. 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 21 

Allison, Robert, timber broker, 154 St. Vincent street, G-lasgow — 

house Rosemount. Castlehead, and Nordlyset, Ardrossan 
Allison, Robert, warehouseman at M. Greenlees & Son's — house 

2 Woodside place 
Allison, William, timber merchant, Victoria Saw mills, 23 Love 

street — house Cartvale house. Love street 
Allison, William, plumber and gasfitter (regd.), 39 New street — 

house 25 Broomlands 
Allison, William, farmer. South Arldeston 
Amy, Joseph, M.D., George place house 
Anderson Bros., fleshers, 35 High street 
Anderson, D., 4 Ferguslie buildings 
Anderson, Elizabeth, teacher, Williamsburgh school — house 2 

Hillview 
Anderson, George, of George Anderson & Co., china merchants — 

house 1 Maxwell street 
Anderson, George, & Co., china and earthenware merchants, 47 

Moss street 
Anderson, James, certificated art teacher — house Bolerno cottage, 

Bishopton 
Anderson, Mrs. James, wine and spirit merchant, 6 Springbank road 

— house 6 Buchanan terrace, Greenock road 
Anderson, James, church officer of Greenlaw Church — house 19 

Seedhill road 
Anderson, James, cashier. Daily Express Office — house Norwood, 

Ulundi road, Johnstone 
Anderson, James, funeral undertaker, 43 Wellmeadow — house 131 

George street 
Anderson, James, violin maker — house 131 George street 
Anderson, James, house factor, 24 Glen street 
Anderson, John, at J. & D. Whitehead's — house 131 George street 
Anderson, John G., grocer, 10 Orchard street — house 16 Neilstou 

road 
Anderson, Lizzie M., teacher, 2 Janefield place 
Anderson, Miss E. J., music teacher, 25 Oakshaw street 
Anderson, Miss Mary, teacher, Ferguslie Half -Time School — house 

25 Oakshaw street 
Anderson, Miss, music teacher, 53 High street 
Anderson, Mrs. A., 25 Oakshaw 

Anderson, Mrs., greengrocer, 7 Neilston road — house do. 
Anderson, Mrs. Thomas, wine and spirit merchant, 4 Caledonia 

street — house 4 Caledonia street 
Anderson, Rev. Robert Sangster, M.A., minister of Sherwood Free 
Church, Camphill cottage 



22 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 



Anderson, Eobert, seedsman, 40 High street — house 25 George st. 
Andrew, Alexander, M.A., teacher, Wilhamsburgh Public School 

— house 131 George street 
Andrew, Andrew G., fancy goods merchant, 42 Moss street — house 

7 Love street 
Andrew, Mrs. J., dairy, 3 Neilston street — house 1 Bute place 
Andrew, James, farmer, Bushes farm 
AndreAv, Jessie, with Co-operative Manufacturing Society, Ltd., 

15 Broomlands — house 2 Alexandria place 
Andrew, John, farmer, Bushes farm — house 1 Bute place 
Andrew, John, collector of gas accounts — ho. 16 West Campbell st. 
Andrew, Thomas, grocer, 2 Potterhill — house do. 
Andrew, William, wine and spirit merchant, 96 Causeyside — house 

15 Wardrop street 
Andrew, William, grocer and provision merchant, 9 Wardrop street 

— house 2 Alexandria place 
Andrews, John, Wellmeadow house, 11 Wellmeadow 
Arcari, Gabriel, confectioner and ice cream merchant, 74 Broom- 
lands — house do. 
Archibald, George, sen., warper, 15 Barr street — house do. 
Archibald, George, at M. Greeulees & Son — house 11 Argyle street 
Archibald, Robert, at M. Greenlees & Son's — house 15 Barr street 
Archibald, Thomas, warper, 1 Causeyside street — ho. 9 Hillview pi. 
Armour, John, foreman to Bow, M'Lachlan, & Co. — house 4 

Douglas terrace 
Armour, Robert, insurance agent, 3 Buchanan terrace 
Armour, W. T., spirit merchant, 3 Silk street — house 15 Lawn st. 
Armour, W. & R., fleshers, 53 Broomlands — ho. 12 Carbrook street 
Armstrong & M'Nair, joiners and timber merchants, 15 St. 

James street 
Arndale, Hugh, nurseryman, Stonefield 

Arneil, David, fruiterer, 77 High street — house 9 Orchard street 
Arneil, James, hairdresser, 4 Causeyside — house 7 Johnston street 
Arneil, Robert, farmer, Corsebar 
Arnott, John, grocer and hamcurer, 20 Broomlands — house 94 

George street 
Arnott, Samuel, grocer, 53 Caledonia street — house 5 Caledonia st. 
Arnott, William, church-officer of Oakshaw U. P. Church — house 

5 Meeting-house lane 
Arnott, William, flesher, 21 Gauze street — house 5 East Croft 
Arrol, James, at Smith Brothers & Co.'s — house 5 Neilson street 
Arthur, Alexander, foreman hamcurer at John Spence & Son's — 

house 5 Clavering street 
Arthur, James, mechanical draughtsman, 39 High street 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 23 

Arthur, Mrs. James, Barshaw house, Glasgow road 

Arthur, Jenny F., teacher, East Public School — house Adelphi 

place, North street 
Arthur, J., patternmaker, Adelphi place, North street. 
Arthur, Joseph Fowler, wine and spirit merchant, Criterion Spirit 
vaults, 14 Old Sneddon, and Theatre buildings, Greenock — 
house 20 Eldon street, Greenock 
Arthur, R., church officer High Parish Church — house 14 Oakshaw 

street 
Arthur, Samuel, butcher, 14 Underwood road — house 5 West 

Buchanan street 
Arthur, Samuel, flesher, 17 George street — house 27 Well street 
Arthur, William, watchmaker and jeweller, 43 High street — house 

7 Calside 
Ashworth, G. R., at Adam Hamilton & Sons — ho. 17 New Stock st. 
Asquith, K., clothier and drapery agent, 13 Wardrop street 
Atlas Engine Works (Hanna, Donald, & Wilson), Back Sneddon 
Aubuhl, Otto R., engineer, with Babcock & Wilcox, Ltd., Ren- 
frew — house Briardale, Hawkhead road 
Auchinachie, Alexander, M.A., teacher Grammar School — house 1 

Crossflat crescent 
Auchterlonie, William, goods superintendent, Glasgow & South- 
western Railway Co., Canal Line Stations, and agent for the 
Railway Passengers' Assurance Company — residence Canal 
bank house 
Aucott, David D., agent British Linen Company Bank — house British 

Linen Company Bank house 
Auld, George, of Auld & Lorimer — house 23 OaTisbaw 
Auld, James, gardener, Hawkhead house — house West lodge 
Auld & Lorimer, cabinetmakers and upholsterers, 21 Causeyside 
Ayton, James, flesher, 8 Cotton street — house Mill street 

BAILLIE, Daniel, cowfeeder, Lylesland dairy — house do. 

Baillie, James, tenter, 9 Seedhill 

Baillie, Peter, baker, 6 and 79 Broomlands 

Bain, J. C, teacher of shorthand, typewriting, bookkeeping, etc., 8 

High street 
Bain, James H., spirit merchant, 29 Gauze street — ho. 26 Gauze st. 
Bain, Robert J., wholesale manufacturing cabinetmaker and 

upholsterer, 41 Wellmeadow — house 42 Lady lane (see advt.) 
Bain, Mrs. M. R., laundry, Blythswood drive 
Baird, H., tobacconist and newsagent, 19 Wellmeadow — house 10 

Castle street 
Baird, James, cabinetmaker, 24 High street — house 12 Wardrop st 



24 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 

Baircl, James, hairdresser, 2 Gauze street and 16 George street — 

house 5 Garthland laue 
Baird, John F., at Speirs, Gibb & Co.'s — ho.Denewood, Greenock rd. 
Baird, Robert, at Speirs, Gibb & Co.'s — ho. Meadowbank, Greenock 

road 
Baird, Robert, hairdresser, 16 George street — house 18 William 

street, Johnstone 
Baird, W. & R., Craigsbank Laundry, Colinslee 
Baird, William, of Kirkwood, Baird & Co. — house 6 Glenview 
Baird, William, saddler and harness maker, 79 High street — house 

33 Oakshaw street 
Baird, Wilson, of Kirkwood, Baird & Co. — house Askomill, 

Greenock road 
Bakers House of Call, 13 High street 
Balderston, James, 82 Oakshaw street 

Balderston, James, manager at Clark & Co.'s Ltd. — house Gateside 
Balderston, John, of Fullerton, Hodgart, & Barclay Ltd. — house 4 

Greenlaw avenue 
Balderston, Robert, of Clark & Co., Ltd., Anchor Thread Works — 

house Ardgowan, Blackball 
Balderston, Robert, of Cochran & M'Geachan — house Ardgowan, 

Blackball 
Baldwin, Miss, Braefoot, Castlehead 
Balfour, Charles, & Co., drysalters, oil merchants, and general 

dealers, 23 Old Sneddon street 
Balfour, David, traveller to Hugh Lambie — ho. 28 New Stock street 
Balfour, Margaret, grocer and spirit merchant, 10 Storie st, — ho. do. 
Balfour, William,* tailor, 14 High street 
Ballantyne, Eva S., music teacher, 54 Causeyside 
Ballantyne, Mrs., 54 Causeyside street 
Ballantyne, John, & Son, booksellers and stationers, 28 High street 

and 45 New street 
Ballantyne, Thomas, bookseller and stationer, at John Ballantyne 

& Son's, 28 High street 
Balnave, David, at David Murray & Sons' — house 4 M'Intyre place 
Bank of Scotland, St. Mirren street — George Seton Veitch, agent — 

house Friarshall 
Barbour, Robert G., clerk to Cartvale Chemical Co., Ltd. — house 

9 M'Kerrell street 
Barbour, Robert, dairyman, 13 Carriagehill 
Barbour, Mrs. James, umbrella, bag, and waterproof warehouse, 

12 High street — house 13 High street 
Barbour, Miss Maggie, dressmaker, 9 St. James street 
Barclay, Andrew, contractor, 9 Barclay st. — house 77 Canal st. 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 25 

Barclay, George, of Fullerton, Hodgart, & Barclay, Limited — house 

Thorn house, Johnstone 
Barclay, Henry, sergeant of police — house 13 Barclay street 
Barclay, James, builder, Christie street — house Deanville, Greenlaw 

drive 
Barclay, James, manager at William Fulton & Sons Ltd. — house 

Glenview cottage, Glenfield 
Barclay, James, 3 Gateside 

Barclay, Mrs., clothes mangling and dressing, 1 "[Instead place 
Barclay, Misses, The Cottage, Gateside 

Barnett, James, grocer, 68 George street — house 18 West street 
Barnett, John Archibald, 9 Glen street 

Barr, Alexander, builder — house Bellena cottage, Hawkhead road 
Barr, Allan, spirit merchant, 19 Neilston road — house 4 Glenview 
Barr, Alexander, grocer, 58 Storie street — house 39 do. 
Barr, Alexander, wine and spirit merchant, 34 Canal street — house 

11 Argyle street 
Barr, Andrew, flesher, 11 Gauze street — house 7 Silk street 
Barr & Colquhoun, plumbers and gasfitters, 2 Bank street 
Barr, Daniel R., " jun., clerk, Parish Council Office — house 3 

Willi amsburgh 
Barr, George, coal merchant, 8 Orr street 
Barr, George, of Barr & Provan — house 99 Causeyside street 
Barr, Hugh, of Barr & M'Caig — house Mavisbank terrace 
Barr, Hugh, joiner and builder, Espedair street — house Whiteci;oft, 

Wester Carriagehill 
Barr, James H., cowfeeder, 18 Sandholes 

Barr, James, of Barr, Stirrat, & Co. — house 4 Calside terrace 
Barr, James, joiner and timber merchant, 45 and 46 Causeyside — • 

house Thornly Park, Potterhill 
Barr, James, upholsterer, 4 M'Kerrell street 
Barr, John, manufacturing stationer and fancy goods importer, 

81 High street — house 33 Oakshaw street 
Barr, John, wood turner, Mossvale works — house Beechwood, 

Greenock road 
Barr, John, broker, 24 Old Sneddon — house do 
Barr, John, officer of Inland Revenue — house 6 Greenlaw terrace 
Barr, John Stewart, manager Co-operative Manufacturing Society 

Ltd. — house 6 Whitehaugh terrace 
Barr & M'Caig, builders, 11 Shuttle street 
Barr, Mrs., Laighpark, Renfrew road 
Barr, Mrs., confectioner, 18 Carriagehill — house do. 
Barr, Mrs., care of Mrs. Craig, Gateside 
Barr, Mrs. James, dairy, 2 George street 



26 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 

Barr, Mrs. James, dress and maotlemaker, 5 Old Sneddon — ho. do. 

Barr, Mrs. John, 33 Oakshaw street 

Barr, Mrs. John, 48 Canseyside 

Barr, Mary, dressmaker, 6 Lonend 

Barr, Patrick, of J. Hamilton & Co. — house 2 Union street 

Barr & Provan, plumbers and gasfitters, 11 Johnston street 

Barr, Robert, cowfeeder and dairyman, 39 Lady lane 

Barr, Stirrat, & Co., yarn merchants, 110 Causeyside street and 

153 Queen street, Glasgow 
Barr Street Mission Hall, 8 Barr street 

Barr, Susan, confectioner, 8 St. James place — house 22 Underwood 
Barr, Thomas M,, of John Barr, wood turner — house Beechwood, 

Grreenock road 
Barr, W., artist, 93 High street 
Barr, William, 1 Stirling street 

Barr, William, of Barr & Colquhoun — house 29 Seedhill road 
Barr, William, turner J. & P. Coats Ltd. — house 80 Broomlands st. 
Barratt, John, Mus. Bac, Oxon., organist of the Abbey and teacher 

of music — class-room 97 High street — ho. Mayfield, Sunnyside 
Bartholmew, Agnes, dressmaker, IJ Lady lane 
Baxter, Matthew, jobbing gardener, 4 M'lverrell street 
Bauchop, David, carter and contractor, 1 G-reat Hamilton street 
Bauchop, John, clerk. Parish Council Office — liouse 1 Great 

Hamilton street 
Bauchop, Mrs. William, Stonefield 
Beach, Alexander, gardener, Ralston — house do. 
Beacom, Arthur, confectioner, 17 George street — house 152 do. 
Beacom, Armourer-Sergt. J. F., janitor Neilson Institution — house 

The lodge, Oakshavvhead 
Beacom, J. F., tobacconist, 76 High street — house The lodge, Oak- 

shawhead 
Beacom, Robert, & Co., carters, 16 Causeyside street — house 84 

Canal street 
Beaconsfield Club, 32 New street — Alex. Macfarlane, secretary 
Beaton, Alexander, at Adam Hamilton & Son's, Blackland mill — 

house Fernside, Mary street 
Beaton, Farquhar, at John Highgate & Co.'s — house 19 Caledonia 

street 
Beaton, Joseph B., commercial traveller, 26 Kilnside road 
Beaton, Neil, contractor, 31 Springbauk road 

Beaton, William, beamer, 18 Neilston road — house 8 Neilston road 
Beckett, J. & M., millinery and furnishings, 55 Causeyside — house 

Burupark, Lyleslaud 
Beckett, James, bookseller and newsagent — house 33 Gauze street 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 27 

Begg, Alexander, & Co., shawl manufacturers, 112 Causeyside 
Begg, David, of Johnston & Fairie, Glasgow — house Strathview, 

Potterhill 
Begg, James, 79 Hope street, Glasgow — ho. Westlands, Castlehead 
Begg, John, funeral undertaker, 24 Cotton street — house do. 
Begg, R. C, accountant, house factor, and insurance agent, 15 

Gilmour street — house Falside 
Begg, Thomas, stationer, 24 Cotton street 
Beith, Alexander, grocer, 1 Phillips street 
Bell, Allan, jun., music teacher, organist and choirmaster Holy 

Trinity Church — house 1 Royal terrace 
Bell, Archibald, tailor and clothier, 22 High street — house do. 
Bell, A., & Sons, Ltd., dyers, cleaners, &c. — receiving offices, 

Stanley Dyeworks and 6 Gilmour street. Paisley ; and at 

Dublin, Belfast, Londonderry, Edinburgh, Glasgow, and 

Greenock, telephone No. 40 — works, Stanley Dyeworks (see 

advt.) 
Bell, Daniel, of Bell & M'Lachlan — house 10 St. James street 
Bell, James S., Sheriff- Clerk's office — house 1 Royal terrace 
Bell, John, of A. Bell & Sous Ltd. — house Glencraig, Kilmalcolm 
Bell & M'Lachlan, brickbuilders, 2 Glen lane 
Bell, Mrs., dressmaker, 5 Stow street 
Bell, P. G., secretary at Fleming & Ferguson's (Ltd.) — house 1 

Buchanan terrace 
Bell, R. King, of A. Bell & Sons Ltd. — house Middlepark, Stanely 

road 
Bell, Walter, & Co., Ltd., commission agents, 22 Old Sneddon 
Bell, William, foreman dyer, Glenfield — house Newhall villas, 

Glenfield 
Bentley, John W., wholesale brush manufacturer. Burgh brush 

works, 32 High street — house Bloomfield, Meikleriggs 
Berry, Adam B., accountant. The Savings Bank of Paisley — house 

63 George street 
Berry, John C., glass merchant, glazier, and painter, 35 High street 

— house 53 High street 
Berry, Lizzie B., teacher, Camphill School — house 53 High street 
Berry, Mrs. Thomas, coal dealer, 45 Calside 
Beswick, John L., superintendent of Royal London Insurance 

Friendly Society — house 4 Garthland street 
Bethel (Ferguslie) Mission Hall, 8 West Campbell street 
Bett, David, house painter, 41 Wellmeadow street — workshop 51 

High street — house 1 Townhead terrace 
Beveridge, George, teacher, Camphill Public School — house 2 

Mansfield place 



28 FATSLEY DIRECTORY. 

Beveridge, George, F.E.I,S., headmaster, Carbrook Street Public 
School 

Beveridge, Miss J., milliner, 57 Broomlands — ho. Johnstone 

Beveridge, William, joiner and builder, 7 Seedhill road 

Biggar, Mrs. Thomas, 18 Oakshaw street 

Biggar, Thomas S., commission merchant, 8 Gilmour street — house 
18 Oakshaw street 

Biggar, William, accountant and house factor, 8 Gilmour street — 
house 18 Oakshaw street (see advt.) 

Biggart, Jno. Wm., F.I.C., F.C.S., of M'Cowan & Biggart, Wood- 
bine, Ranfurly, Bridge of Weir 

Biggart, Wm. L., of M'Cowan & Biggart, Woodbine, Bridge of Weir 

Bird, George, Inland Revenue officer, 4 Allison place 

Bisland, William, draper and woollen cloth merchant, 15 High 
street — house Camphill 

Bisset, Alexander, foreman of cleansing department, Burgh stables 
— house 19 Wallace street 

Bissett, David L., draughtsman J. & P. Coats Ltd. — house 1 Gordon 
place, King street 

Black, A. C, dress and mantle maker, 82 High street — house do. 

Black, Alexander, newsagent and tobacconist, 21 Causeyside — 
house 3| George street 

Black, Daniel, at Clark & Co. Ltd. — house 3 Greenlaw terrace 

Black. T., & Co., contractors, St. James' place 

Black, Hugh, of T. Black, & Co., St. James' place — ho. 16 Under- 
wood road 

Black, James A., pattern maker, 5 Whitehaugh terrace 

Black, James K., coachman, 7 Christie street 

Black, James, teacher, Williamsburgh school — ho. 5 Caledonia pi. 

Black, John K., joiner, 33 Glen street — house 21 Laighpark 

Black, Joseph, coal merchant, 3^ George street — house do. 

Black, Miss, dress and mantle maker, 12 Abbey street 

Black, Malcolm, goods and mineral agent for C dedonian Railway 
Coy., Underwood depot and St. James station — ho. Caledonia 
cottage, Murray street 

Black, M. G., provision merchant, 29 Wellmeadow — house do. 

Black, Montgomery G., sub-postmaster, 29 Wellmeadow — house do. 

Black, Thomas, of T. Black & Co. — ho. Quarrelton rd., Johnstone 

Blackley, Miss, dressmaker, cutter, and fitter, 23 Broomlands 

Blackley, William, gardener, Stanley lodge 

Blackley, Mrs., tobacconist and newsagent, 44 Causeyside — house 7 
Johnston street 

Blackston Mineral Coy., iron and coal merchants 

Blackwell, R. & Co., builders, Crossflat 



PAISLEY DIEECTORY. 29 



Blackwell Robert, of R. Black well & Co., 195 Paisley rcL, Glasgow 
Blackwood, William & Son, bleachers, Craigton Bleachworks, 

Milngavie — house of call, Barr, Stirrat, & Co., 110 Causeyside 
Blair, Andrew L., clerk, Canal Goods Station — house 14 Lawn st. 
Blair, George L., photographer, 49 High street — ho. Castle street 
Blair, Henry, T. P., 6 West Buchanan street 
Blair, Hugh, baker, 152 George street — house do. 
Blair, Hugh, clerk. Parish Council Office — house oj George street 
Blair, Jennie C, teacher, Camphill school — house 12 Greenlaw av. 
Blair, John M., cashier at Bow, M'Lachlan, & Co.'s — house 12 

Greenlaw avenue 
Blair, John, tailor, 37 George street — house do, 
Blair, Mrs. Agnes, general dealer and licensed broker, 3 Broom- 
lands — house 16 Castle street 
Blair, Mrs. John, Hay Weighs inn, 3 King street 
Blair, Mrs., 19 Oakshaw street 
Blair, Robert, fishmonger, 53 George street 
Blane, David, slater and chimney sweep, 56 Storie street 
Blue, Miss, matron House of Refuge, Victoria laundry, Victoria 

place, Lady lane 
Bole, Mrs. Wm., spirit merchant, 2 Renfrew st. — ho. 3 East Croft 
Bomont, F., & Co., photographers, 83 High street 
Boog, Misses, ladies' school, Caversbank 
Borland, Alexander, 53 High street 
Borland, Ellen, confectioner, 39 High street — holise do. 
Borland, Hugh, 11 Hill view place 

Borland, Jas., coach hirer & contractor, 9 NeAvst. — ho. 44 Causeyside 
Borland, Janet, fruiterer and confectioner, 5 St. James street 
Bost, W. D. Ashton, Cartvale Chemical Works — house Adelphi 

house, New Sneddon street 
Bow, M'Lachlan, & Co., engineers, ironfounders, and boiler makers, 

Thistle works, Abbotsinch 
Bow^ William, of Bow, M'Lachlan & Co. — -ho. Dunscore, Castlehead 
Bowes & Goudie, builders, 27 Underwood road 
Bowes, John, of Bowes & Goudie — house 4 Park terrace 
Bowie, Allan, carting agent, G. & P. Jt. Ry., Greenlaw — house 

31 Causeyside 
Bowie, Allan J., hay, seed, and grain merchant, 3 Brown's lane — 

house Thrushcraig house 
Bowie, C. T., Fisher, & Co., decorators, 15 Gilmour street 
Bowre, James, farmer, Foxbar 
Bowie, John, 11 Greenlaw avenue 

Bowie, John, jun., of T. & J. Bowie — ho, Bowmar, Hawkhead rd. 
Bowie, John, farmer, West Dykebar 



30 PAISLEY DIKECTORY. 

Bowie, J. H., of David Murray & Son — house Torburn, Bearsden 

Bowie, Mary, teacher, Camphill School — house 31 Causeyside 

Bowie, Misses, dress and mantle makers, 31 Causeyside 

Bowie, Miss Maggie, dress and mantlemaker, 24 Underwood road 

Bowie, Mrs. Walter, cowfeeder, 60 Canal street — ho. 20 Lady lane 

Bowie, T. & J., silk mercers and drapers, 109 High street 

Bowie, Thomas, of T. & J. Bowie — ho. St. Leonards, Glasgow rd. 

Bowie, Walter, farmer, Dykebarhill 

Bowie, Walter, dairyman and cattle dealer, 26 Love street — ho. do. 

Bowie, William, writer, and Prosecutor for Burgh of Barrhead, 95 

High street — house 5 Townhead terrace 
Bowskill, David, sergeant of police — house 2 North Croft 
Boyd, Daniel, confectioner, 39 Causeyside — house 82 Causeyside 
Boyd, Duncan Shaw, of James Boyd & Sons — house 32 Oakshaw 

street 
Boyd, George V., drysalter, of Coliuslee Chemical Co., and 64 

Wellington street, Glasgow — house Greenlaw drive 
Boyd, James, fruiterer, 27 Gauze street — house 27 do. 
Boyd, James, dairyman, 8 Neilston street 
Boyd, James M., gTocer and wine and spirit merchant, 82 Canal 

street — house 11 Barclay street 
Boyd, Jane, West Public School — house 25 Queen street 
Boyd, Jas., drysalter, of Colinslee Chemical Co. — ho. The Cottage, 

Millarston 
Boyd, James, tobacconist, 1 Smithhills — house 2 John street 
Boyd, James, & Sons, hothouse builders, beating engineers, and 

joiners, Macdowall street 
Boyd, Jas., jun., of James Boyd & Sons — ho. Gledstane, Bishopton 
Boyd, John, of James Boyd & Sons — ho. Park House, Oakshaw 
Boyd, John, at Smith Brothers & Co. — house 10 Hill view place 
Boyd, John, wine and spirit merchant, 25 New Smithhills — house 

1 Crosgflat terrace 
Boyd, Robert, farmer. Little Crossford, Howwood 
Boyd, Sarah, grocer, 25 Queen street — house do. 
Boyd, T. H., grocer, 30 Carriagehill — house Fernside, Mary street 
Boyle, John, general agent, and mop and broom manufacturer, 13 

and 51 Storie street 
Boyle, Mrs., 31 Gauze street 
Boyle, Robert, Arkleston villa, Arkleston road 
Brankin, Mrs. Patrick, confectioner, 29 Newton street 
Brannan, Michael, confectioner, 2 Silk street — house do. 
Brannan, Misses, plain and fancy knitted goods, and Branch Post 

Office, IS Gauze street — house Dunrona, Arkleston road 
Brannan, Misses, photogi'aphic printers, Dunrona, Arkleston road 



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Brewster, Thomas, dairy, 19 Cotton street — house 17 Abbey street 
British Legal Assurance Co. Ltd., 13 Moss street; James Petrie 

district manager — ho. 9 Douglas street 
British Linen Coy. Bank, 17 Gihnourst. — David D. Aucott, ao-ent 
British Workman Public House, 8 St. James place 
British Workman Public House, 20 Wellmeadow 
Brock, James, fruiterer, 32 Storie street 
Brodie, Alex., loom card cutter, 113 Causeyside — house 5 Phillips 

street 
Brodie, Alex. S., clerk, Caledonian Railway Coy. — ho. 70 Love St. 
Brodie, John, feuar, 9 Whitehaugh terrace 
Brodie Park, High Carriagehill — Daniel M'Dougall, keeper 
Brodie, William, mill foreman, 16 Whitehead street 
Brough, Mrs.' grocer, 46 Millarston 
Brough Trust Nurses, 41 Oakshaw street 
Brough, William, Sheriif Clerk Depute of Renfrewshire, Greenock 

— house 46 Millarston 
BroAvn, Mrs. Adam, newsagent and violin maker, 4 Storie st. — ho. do. 
Brown, Andrew, M.A., teacher, Schoolhouse, Nethercraigs 
Brown, Anna D., music teacher, 8 Janefield place 
Brown, Daniel, manager at Bow, M'Lachlan, & Co.'s — house 6 

Douglas terrace 
Brown, David, spirit merchant, 9 Old Smithhills — ho. 2 Roval ter. 
Brown, David, builder and joiner, Whitehaugh — ho. Whitehaugh 

drive 
Brown, George, confectioner, 8 Ferguslie — house do. 
Brown, George H., of William Brown, jun., & Co. — house 7 

Hugh end en terrace, Kelv inside, Glasgow 
Brown, Harry, reporter, Gazette ofSce — house 8 Phillips street 
Brown, Herbert W., at Wm. Brown, jun., & Co.'s. — house 7 

Hughenden terrace, Kelvinside, Glasgow 
Brown, Hugh A., teacher, Camphill School — house 30 Nithsdale 

street, Strathbungo 
Brown, Hugh, of Snodgrass & Brown, mill furnishers, 37 and 38 

Old Sneddon — house 18 Causeyside 
Brown, J. & M., stationers and artists' colourmen, 45 Old Sneddon 

— house 181 Glebe street, Glasgow 
Brown, James, teacher, East Public School — house The Laura, 

Arkleston road 
Brown, John, broker, 11 Broomlands — house do. 
Brown, John, Paisley & Glasgow carrier, 14 Weir street — house 

2 Williamsburgh 
Brown, John Armour, of Brown & Poison — ho. Moredun, Stanely rd. 
Brown, John Francis, at Brown & Poison's — house Moredun 



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Brown, John, grocer, 27 Springbank road 

Brownj J., & Sons, jewellers, 88 High street 

Brown, M., hosier, 4 Moss street — house Thorncliff, Pollokshields 

Brown, Miss, of Scott & Brown — house 2 Crossflat terrace 

Brown, Miss, fleeher, 61 Causeyside — house 54 Causeyside 

Brown, Mrs., dressmaker, 30 Canal street 

Brown, Mrs., 2 Janefield place 

Brown, Mrs. Robert, confectioner, 49 Storie street 

Brown, Mrs. Agnes, confectioner, 27 New Sneddon — house 28 do. 

Brown, N., confectioner, 8 Eosebery place 

Brown & Poison, starch and corn flour manufacturers, Royal 

Starch works, Carriagehill 
Brown, Ralph, furniture dealer, waste merchant, and wholesale 

stationer. Weir street and 12 New Smithhills — hoase 11 do. 
Brown, Robert, tailor and clothier, 31 Gauze street — house 4 do. 
Brown, Robert, manager, Glenfield — ho Newhall villas, Glenfield 
Brown, Robert, name-plate maker, 10 Espedair st. — ho. 5 Neilston st. 
Brown, Robert, & Son, manufacturers of sanitary and plumbers' 

earthenware, and earthenware wall tiles, Paisley Sanitary 

Earthenware works, Fergushe — Telephone No. 27; private 

direct wire Glasgow-Paisley, No. 5209, N.T.Co.Ltd.(no charge 

for use) ; telegraphic address " Sanitary," Elderslie 
Brown, Robert, & Son, manufacturers of every description of fire 

clay goods, Ferguslie Fire Clay Works — Telephone No. 27 ; 

private direct wire Glasgow-Paisley, No. 5209, N. T. Co. Ltd. 

(no charge for use) ; telegraphic address *' Sanitary," Elderslie 
Brown, Robert, of Robert Brown & Son — Foxbar house 
Brown, Robt., jun., tailor and clothier, 46 High street — house 31 

Williamsburgh 
Brown, W. B., secretary to William Fulton & Sons Ltd. — house Glen 

cottage, Glenfield 
Brown, William, 32 Cotton street 
Brown, William photographer, 9 Gilmour street — house 8 

Janefield place, Lylesland 
Brown, William, tea merchant, 37 High street — house 94 High 

street 
Brown, William, at J. & P. Coats Limited — ho. Cruachan, Bridge 

of Weir 
Brown, William, jun., writer, treasurer Liberal Club, 97 High 

street — house 8 Janefield place 
Brown, William, Sheriff-Clerk Depute and Commissary-Clerk 

Depute of Renfrewshire. Auditor of Court and of the Faculty 

of Solicitors, Paisley, Sheriff Court-house — house Braehead 

cottage, Meikleriggs 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 33 

Brown, William, warehouseman at Clark & Co.'s, Burnetta cot., 

Glasgow road 
Brown, William, jun., & Co., merchants and agents, 107 

Causeyside 
Brown, William, tobacconist, newsagent, and stationery, 3 Moss 

street — house 1 Springbank road 
Brown, Wm., watchmaker and jeweller, 83 Causeyside — ho. 94 do. 
Browning, Alexander, sen., feuar, 5 West Buchanan street 
Browning, Alexander, jun., timber merchant, joiner, cartwright, and 

smith, 10 West Buchanan street — house 5 do. 
Brownlee, John, brakesman, Cal. Railway Coy., St. James Station 

and Underwood depot — house 7 Sandholes 
Brownlie, Mrs., Glenfield cottage, Castlehead 

Brownridge, Robert, M.B., CM., Charleston medical hall, and sub- 
postmaster, 17 Neilston road — house The Cottage, 7 Neilston 

street 
Brownridge, AVilliam, teacher, Williamsburgh Public School — 

house. The Cottage, 7 Neilston street 
Bruce, James, M.B., CM., D.Ph., physician and surgeon, consulting 

rooms 8 High street and 9 Broomlands — house 28 Gauze street 
Bruce, James, iron merchant, Glasgow — house Eskdale, Hawkhead 

road 
Bruce, Mrs. Alexander, boot and shoemaker, 75 Love street — house 

25 St. James street 
Bruce, Robert, M.B., CM., physician and surgeon, 28 Gauze street 

— consulting rooms 23 Gauze street 
Bruce, William, gatekeeper to J. & P. Coats Limited — house 51 

Broomlands 
Brunsdon, Henry, of T. & R. Graham — ho. 9 Whitehaugh terrace 
Brunton, William, mason, 55 Causeyside 
Bryce, David, farmer, Abbotsinch, Inchinnan road 
Bryce, David, of D. & J. F. Bryce, Meikleriggs cottage 
Bryce, D. & J. F., manufacturers and warehousemen, 110 

Causeyside 
Bryce, James A., of James Bryce & Sons — ho. Underwood house 
Bryce, Mrs. James, joiner, 3 Mansion House road 
Bryce, James F., of D. & J. F. Bryce, Meikleriggs cottage 
Bryce, James, & Sons, joiners and timber merchants, 10 Hunter 

street — house 11 do. 
Bryce, John S., engineer, 10 Hunter street — house 11 do. 
Bryce, John, & Co., builders, 14 Lady lane 
Bryce, John, of John Bryce & Co. — house 131 George street 
Bryce, Neilson, of James Bryce & Sons — house 11 Hunter street 
Bryce, William, gas meter inspector — house 5 Stirling street 

c 



34 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 



Brjce, Misses, milliners and drapers, 2 Old Smithhills — house 3 

Mansion House road 
Bryson, Andrew, confectioner, 25 Orchard street 
Bryson, James, grocer, 58 George street— house 14 Thread street 
Buchanan, Adam, of Herd & Buchanan, 36 Old Sneddon street — 

house 4 Greeuhill road 
Buchanan, Archibald, foreman joiner with Alex. M'Naughton — 

house 3 Hannay street 
Buchanan, A. C, clerk to Robert Wilson & Laird — ho. Kilbarchan 
Buchanan, David, of Pollock & Co., yarn agents, agent for 

Commercial Union Insurance Co. — house Mansion - house 

road, Greenlaw 
Buchanan, David, 1 Camphill 

Buchanan, George, joiner, 14 Howie street. — house do. 
Buchanan, George, builder, 7 Buchanan terrace 
Buchanan, George, green-grocer, 6 Mossvale street — house do. 
Buchanan, Mrs. James, drug store, 7 Broomlands — house 15 Sand- 
holes 
Buchanan, James, farmer, Hunterhill 
Buchanan, James, confectioner, 5 Castle street 
Buchanan, M,, dressmaker, 59 George street 

Buchanan, Mrs., umbrella maker and repairer, 24 Lawn st. — ho. do. 
Buchanan, Neil, private secretary at Ferguslie Thread Works — 

house Birchlea, Meikleriggs 
Budge, Alexander, draper, 90 High street — ho. Raguel, Meikleriggs 
Bull Inn, 5 New street — Charles Stevenson, proprietor 
Burgess, Miss L. B., fancy draper and dressmaker, 41 High street 
Burgess, A., general house furnisher, 4 Lylesland — house do. 
Burgh Police Office, Municipal Buildings — William Duncan, chief 

constable — house 7 Greenlaw avenue — telephone Nos. 100 

and 32 
Burnett, John, bank clerk, British Linen Co. Bank — ho. Houston 
Burnet & Hamilton, ham curers and wholesale provision merchants, 

8 and 9 Well street 
Burnett, Robert, with George P. Stewart— house 26 Gauze street - 
Burnet, W. M., of Burnet & Hamilton — house 9 Well street 
Burnie, Alexander, basketmaker, 90 George street — house 13 West 

Campbell street 
Burns, James, & Son, hairdressers and tobacconists, 54 Broomlands 

— house 94 George street 
Burns, Mrs. Elizabeth, general dealer, 11 Storie street 
Burns, James, insurance agent, 23 Abbey street 
Burns, Rev. A. Fyfe, M.A., St. George's Parish Church — house 

7 Garthland place 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 35 

Burtnay, Mrs. James, spirit merchant, 12 Back SneddoD — house 6 

Moncrieif street 
Burt, David, clerk, Caledonian Railway Company, Underwood — 

house 28 Well street 
Burt, Maggie D., greengrocer, 32 Causeyside — ho. 163 George st. 
Burt, Peter, grocer and provision merchant, 1 Saucel — house 15 

M'Kerrell street 
Byzantium toy warehouse, 51 Old Sneddon — M. B. M'Cumesty 

& Co., proprietors 

CABLES, Rev. James, M.A., minister of Oakshaw Free Church, 

Oaks haw Free Manse 
Cabman's Rest, County place — Mrs. Wilson, keeper — house 23 

Cotton street 
Cadell, George Allan, C.A., of Cadell & Simmers, South park, 

High Carriagehili 
Cadell & Simmers, chartered accountants, National Bank build- 
ings, 12 St. Mirren street 
Caird, Rev. James Renny, M.A., minister Free Middle Church — 

manse Calside 
Cairnie, Jas., boot and shoemaker, 100 Causeyside — ho. 5 Stirling st. 
Cairns, Alexander, & Sons, St. George Preserve Works, Clark 

street — house Glencairn, Castlehead 
Cairns, James M,, preserve manufacturer, St. George Preserve 

Works — house Cairn dene 
Cairns, Mrs., confectioner, 23 Cotton street 

Cairns, R., & Co., wholesale and retail confectioners, 100 High st. 
Cairns, Robert, of R. Cairns & Co. — house 8 Greenlaw avenue 
C alder, J., governor, Parish Poorhouse and Asylum 
Calderwood, James, joiner, 1 Espedair street — ho. 6 Stevenson st. 
Calderwood, John, restaurateur, 83 Causeyside street 
Calderwood, Hugh, wine and spirit merchant, 94 New Sneddon — 

house Kersland, Renfrew road 
Calderwood, Jas., saddler & harness maker, 32 High st. — ho. do. 
Calderwood, Mary, teacher, Camphill Public School — house 

33 High street 
Caldwell, David, coal, coke, and lime merchant, depots Underwood 

and Canal stations and 23 Canal street — office and house 24 

Canal street 
Caldwell, Ja., Muir, & Caldwell, writers, and agents for the Royal 

Fire and Life Insurance Company, and Liverpool & London & 

Globe Insurance Company, County Buildings, St. James street 
Caldwell, James, jun., writer, of Ja. Caldwell, Muir, & Caldwell, 

writers, County Buildings, St. James St.— ho. Craigielea 



36 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 

Caldwell, James, of Ja. Caldwell, Muir, & Caldwell, writers, writer 

and notary public, County Clerk, Treasurer, and Collector, 

Clerk to County Committee on Secondary Education — 

ofBce County buildings, St. James street — ho. Craigielea place 
Caldwell, James, weavers' furnisher, 110 Causeyside — house 21 

Caledonia street 
Caldwell, James, of Peter Caldwell & Co. — house M'Dowall street 
Caldwell, James, & Sou, wholesale and retail wine and spirit mer- 
chants, 9 and 10 Gilmour street — telephone No. 229 
Caldwell, John, coal merchant, 23 Canal street — house 24 do. 
Caldwell, John, of W. Caldwell & Co., Elton villa, Calside 
Caldwell, John, newsagent and tobacconist, 74 Love street — ho. do. 
Caldwell, J., stationer, bookseller, and newsagent, 2 Gilmour st. — 

house 3 Moss street 
Caldwell, Maggie M., draper, 3 Gauze street — house 26 Gauze street 
Caldwell, Mrs. James, 1 Greenlaw avenue 
Caldwell, Peter, & Co., dyers, Macdowall street 
Caldwell, Peter, architect, surveyor, and property valuator, 12 

High street — house Duneaton, Ranfurly, Bridge of Weir 
Caldwell, Robert, tailor and clothier, 38 Causeyside — house 18 

Blackball street 
Caldwell, Robert, clerk. Corporation Gas office — house 24 Canal 

street 
Caldwell, Robt. D., teller, British Linen Coy. Bank — ho. Hazelbank, 

Hawkhead road 
Caldwell, Robert G., of Peter Caldwell & Co. — ho. Broxwood villa, 

Bridge of Weir 
Caldwell, Thomas, of James Caldwell & Son, 9 Gilmour street — 

house Rockfield, Renfrew road 
Caldwell, W., & Co., drysalters and gum manufacturers, Murray st. 
Caldwell, William, of W. Caldwell & Co., Elton villa, Calside 
Caldwell, W. A. G., potato merchant, 3 Hunter st. — ho. Thrushcraig 
Caledonian Plate Glass Insurance Co. Ltd., 58 Renfield street, Glasgow 

— Duncan Watson, manager (see advt.) 
Caledonian Railway Co.'s Carting Department — office Greenlaw 

Goods Station — telephone No. 51 — Daniel Orr, agent — house 

West lodge, Ralston 
Caledonian Railway Co.'s General Enquiry and Carting office, 

12 Moss street — telephone No. 265 — Daniel Orr, a^ent 
Caledonian Railway Co. — LTnderwood and St. James Station — 

station master, Donald Grant, 20 Greenhill road — telephone 

No. 98 — goods agent, Malcolm Black 
Callander, Alexander, store manager, Provident Co-operative 

Society, 4 Seedhill road — house 6 East Croft 



PAISLEY DIRECTOKY. 37 

Cameron, Alexander, upholsterer and cabinetmaker, 40 High street 

— house Viewfield, Meikleriggs 
Cameron, Alexander, clerk to Alexander Reid & Brother, dyers — - 

house 10 Whitehead street 
Cameron, A. C., M.A., LL.D., Altonvar, Glasgow road 
Cameron, James, butcher, 102 George street and 10 Broomlands 

house 16 West Campbell street 
Cameron, John, shoemaker, 70 Broomlands — house 3 John street 
Cameron, John, foreman at Fullarton, Hodgart, & Barclay's — ho. 

5 M'Kerrell street 
Cameron, Peter, traveller with Thomas Kilpatrick — ho. 1 Camphill 
Cameron, Peter, janitor and drill instructor at Grammar School 
Cameron, Robert, confectioner, 67 Canal street — house do. 
Cameron, Robert, manager to Gibson Brothers & Co. — ho. Park pi. 
Cameron, William, gardener to Sir Thomas Glen-Coats, Bart., 

Ferguslie park 
Cameron, William, feuar, 44 Storie street— house 223 Thistle st , 

Glasgow (S.S.) 
Cameron, William, confectioner, 2 Gauze street — ho. 10 Abbey ter. 
Campbell, Adam, confectioner, 69 George street 
Campbell, Alexander, collector of gas accounts, 19 Storie .street 
Campbell, Andrew R., wine and spirit merchant, 82 Broomlands — 

house do. 
Campbell, A. Laurie, surgeon dentist, 9 Orr square — house 3 

Crossflat crescent 
Campbell, Alexander C, & Co., practical electricians, 20 Blackball 

street— house do. 
Campbell, Archd., warehouseman, 110 Causeyside — house Camphill 
Campbell & Calderwood, engineers and boiler makers, Soho Engine 

Works, Murray street 
Campbell, Daniel, contractor and general merchant, 45 Well street 
Campbell, Daniel, foreman slater — house Lawn street 
Campbell, Duncan, sanitary inspector. Second or Lower District of 

Renfrewshire, County buildings — house Windsor place, Bridge 

of Weir 
Campbell, James, wine and spirit merchant, 71 Broomlands — house 

Linwood 
Campbell, James Edward, M.A., B.L., of Reids & Campbell — house 

55 High street 
Campbell, John, confectioner, 19 George street — house do. 
Campbell, John, jun., at R. Brown & Son's — house Lexwell, Chain 

road 
Campbell, John, lay missionary. High Parish Church, 44 Oakshaw 
Campbell, John, nurseryman, Nethercommon gardens 



38 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 

Campbell, John M., inspector of poor, Paisley Parish — office New 

Sneddon street — house Bonally, Carriagehill 
Campbell, J. S., furnishing and remnant warehouse, 13 Gauze 

street — house Burnbank cottage. Calside 
Campbell, L. S., of Home Knitting Co., 2 Causeyside — ho. Burn- 
bank, Calside 
Campbell, Miss C. P., tobacconist, 3 St. James street — house 5 do. 
Campbell, Mrs, Barbara, Camphill 
Campbell, Mrs., 31 Oakshaw street 
Campbell, Mrs., tobacconist and confectioner, 5 Williamsburgh — 

house 3 Greenlaw avenue 
Campbell, R., clog manufacturer, 4 Causeyside — ho. 14 Wellmeadow 
Campbell, Robert, hairdresser, 31 New Smithhills — ho. 10 Cotton st. 
Campbell, Robert R., with Robert Rodger & Co., 11 Greenlaw av. 
Campbell, Robert, seed merchant, Cross street — house 45 do. 
Campbell, R. S., tobacconist, hairdresser, tea and cigar merchant, 

2 Lawn street — house 3 Greenlaw avenue 
Campbell, William, textile manufacturer, 2 Causeyside St. — house 

Burnbank cottage, Calside 
Campbell, William, wine and spirit merchant, 38 High street — 

house 36 do. 
Campbell, William, out-door collector of police and water rates — 

house 31 St. James street 
Campbell, William W., of Campbell & Calderwood — house Brook- 
side, Fairlie 
Campbell, W. T., 12 Seedhill road 
Campbell, Jane, grocer, 11 Greenhill road — house do. 
Canning, A., flesher, 7 Springfbank road — house do. 
Carkeet, Z., coal merchant — house 38 Storie street 
Carlile, James Sim, grocer and spirit merchant, 4 Thread street — 

house 20 Mill street 
Carnduff, John, hosier, 2 Neilston street — ho. 2 Bute place 
Carnduff, John, of Ketchen & Carnduff — house Howwood 
Carnochan, Alexander, superintendent Fountain Gardens, Love St. 
Carnochan, James, boot and shoemaker, 58 George st. — house 28 do. 
Carpet beating factory, 42 Gordon's lane 

Carrick, James, teller The Clydesdale Bank Ltd., 7 High street 
Carrington, Mabel, manageress at Coats' Laundry, Nethercraigs 
Carruth, George, church-officer, Sherwood Free Church — house 

1 Williamsburgh 
Carruth, James, church-officer of Free St. George's Church — house 

38 New street 
Carse, John, manager to John Highgate & Co. —house 8 

Buchanan terrace 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 39 

Carse, Robert, butcher, 97 Causey side street 

Carse, William, flesher, 50 Love street — house Janefield cottage, 

luchinnan road 
Carswell, Allan B., of David Carswell & Son — house Brierbank, 

Potterhill 
Carswell, David, Oldbar cottages 

Carswell, DaYid, & Son, bookbinders, 35 Storie street (see advt.) 
Carswell, Eliza, teacher, Stevenson Street Public School — house 

2 M'Intyre place 
Carswell, Homer Hamilton, of John Carswell & Co. — house 

Aucheucairn, Glasgow road 
Carswell, James, farmer, Darrochstock 

Carswell, John, & Co., stationers, lithographers, printers, book- 
binders, and account-book manufacturers, 14 Causeyside 
Carswell, Miss, dressmaker, 1 Camphill 
Carter, William R., reporter, Glasgow Evening and Weekly Citizen 

— house 55 Caledonia street 
Cartvale Chemical Coy. (Limited), 59 New Sneddon st. 
Cashmore, James, draper, 13 George street 
Cashmore, John, fruiterer, 100 High street — ho. Aintree, Greenlaw 

drive 
Caskie, James, shoemaker, 98-|- George street — house do. 
Cassels, James, horseshoer and general smith, 4 Glen lane — house 

56 Love street 
Cassells, James, tobacconist, 41 Wellmeadow — house Woodside 

place, Clavering street 
Cassels, Miss Annie, dressmaker and hosier, 6 Bank street— chouse 

24 Whitehead street 
Cassels, Robert, horseshoer and general smith, 19 St. James street 

— house* 2 Caledonia place 
Cassels, William, of Robert Murdoch & Co., iron and steel mer- 
chants, 10 West Croft, Paisley, and 23 Robertson street, Glasgow 

— house Cairndhu, Follokshields 
Cassidy, Edward, jun., cabinetmaker and upholsterer, 84 High street 

and Cumberland court — house 35 High street 
Cassidy, Misses, dress and mantle makers, 26 High street 
Categnani, Ralph, confectioner, 57 Broomlands — ho. 4 Neilston rd. 
Cattanach, Alexander, Aucheutorlie house 
Cattanach, Lorimer, Anchentorlie house 
Cattanach, Robert Aitken, Anchentorlie house 
Caulfield & Co., china and glass manufacturers, 41 High street 
Cayzer, Sir C. W., M.P., of Cayzer, Irvine, & Co., Glasgow — house 

Ralston 
Cemetery, 58 Broomlands — Robert Reid, superintendent 



40 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 

Cemetery (Hawkhead), Hawkhead rd. — Jas. Walker, superintendent 
Central Typewriting Office — M. A. Shaw, typist, Express buildings, 

12 Causeyside (see advt.) 
Chalmers, William, sub-manager, Ferguslie Thread Works, 2 

Ferguslie buildings 
Chalmers, Livingstone, commission agent, 21 Well street 
Chapman, George, tailor and clothier, 104 Causeyside — house 

Barholm, Arkleston road 
Chapman, John, at Central Agency, Glasgow — house 4 Stow place 
Chapman, Mrs. Robert, farmer, North Arkleston, Glasgow road 
Chapman, Mrs., confectioner, 39 Well street 
Charles, William J., hamcurer and provision merchant, 12 Barr 

street — house Ashbourne villa, Arkleston road 
Charleston Loan Company — G. F. Lochhead & Co., proprietors, 

5 and 6 Neilston road, and 42 Gt. Hamilton street 
Cherry, James, baker, 33 Gauze street — house 2 Lawn street 
Chisholm, Y. Rev. Hugh, Canon, Roman Catholic Clergyman, 

2 East Buchanan street 
Christie, Alexander, lieutenant of police — house 18 Blackball street 
Christie, James, & Co., house painters, oil and colour merchants, 

36 Moss street — house 24 Argyle street 
Christie, James, janitor Ferguslie Half-time School — house 54 

George street 
Christie, John, of William Christie & Sons — house 1 Kerr street 
Christie, Matthew, of William Christie & Sons — ho. 2 Park terrace 
Christie, Miss, feuar, 48 Causeyside 
Christie, William, & Sons, smiths and engineers, Underwood Iron 

works 
Christie, Wm., junr., of Wm. Christie & Sons — ho. 5 Kerr street 
Christie, William, Quartermaster-Sergeant 4th A. & S. High- 
landers, Barracks, Glasgow road 
Clark & Co. Ltd., Anchor Thread Works, Seedhill 
Clark, Gerald F. King, at Clark & Service, Glasgow — house 

Chapel house 
Clark, J. & J., & Co. Ltd., Anchor Thread Works, Seedhill 
Clark, James, Chapel house 

Clark, James, at J. M. Symington's — house Benview, Elderslie 
Clark, J. K., pianist, 89 Old Sneddon 
Clark, J. K., tobacconist, 39 Old Sneddon — house do. 
Clark, James, hardware, 47 George street 
Clark, John, & Co., joiners, boxmakers, and wood merchants, Wall- 

neuk savniiills, 12 Wallneuk 
Clark, J. Stewart, of Clark & Co. Ltd. — residences Kilnside, and 

The Cliff, Wemyss Bay 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 41 

Clarke, Joseph, restaurant, 4 and 6 St. Mary's ter., Colinslee road 

Clark, Kenneth M., of Clark & Co. Ltd., Netherhill 

Clark, Miss E., milliner, 65 Love street 

Clark, Mrs., dressmaker, 2 "Woodside place, King street 

Clark, Robert, tobacconist, 11 Moss street — ho. 19 Caledonia street 

Clark, Robert, janitor Stow Public school — house do. 

Clark, R. G., wood turner and stay busk maker, 3 Greenhill road 

Clark, Rudolph, J. C, at P. Henderson & Co., Glasgow — house 

Chapel house 
Clark, Stewart, of Clark & Co. Ltd. — residences, Kilnside, and The 

Cliff. Wemyss Bay 
Clark, "Wm., inspector of weights and measures for the County of 

Renfrew, 40 Old Sneddon 
Clark, William, grocer, 5 Incle street 
Clelland, Christina, milliner, 20 Wellmeadow 
Clelland, Mrs., confectioner, 3 Neilston street 
Cloudsley, H. B., traveller to Robt. Brown & Son — house 18 Well st 
Clow, William, M.A., B.Sc, M.B., CM., 2 Townhead terrace 
Club, The, 102 High street — James Hogarth, clubmaster 
Cluckie, Dr. N. Gordon, ophthalmic surgeon, Royal Victoria Eye 

Infirmary, 1 Forbes place — ho. Kessington, Greenock 
Clydesdale (The) Bank Limited, 7 High street (Cross) — Robert 

Russell, agent, J. B. Veitch Smith, sub- agent 
Clydesdale (The) Catholic Herald — head office Greenock — branch 

99 High street 
Coats, Allan, of W. & A. Coats — house Hayfield, Castlehead 
Coats, Andrew, Ferguslie house 

Coats, Archibald, director of J. & P. Coats Limited, Woodside ho. 
Coats, Bros., coal merchants, Canal station 
Coates Bros. Ltd. (with which is incorporated Charles Smith & Co.), 

manufacturers of Brussels, Wilton carpets, and rugs, Stonefield 

works, and at Perth 
Coats, Daniel, director of J. & P. Coats Limited — house 5 Garth- 
land place 
Coats, E. S., Ferguslie Thread Works — house Balgonie 
Coats, George H., of W. & A. Coats, EUangowan, Castlehead 
Coats, George, Ferguslie Thread Works, Staneley, and Lilybank, 

Innellan 
Coats, George, director of J. & P. Coats Limited, Belleisle, Ayr, 

and 39 Park lane, London, W. 
Coats, Gervase H., writer, at James H. Dunn's — ho. 2 Mansfield pi. 
Coats, Hamilton, shoemaker, 5 Cotton street 
Cor, is, James W., hamcurer and wholesale provision merchant, 

Marshall's lane — house Wellbourne, Meikleriggs 



42 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 

Coats, J. & P., Limited, thread manufacturers, Ferguslie — bleach- 
works Nethercraigs, by Paisley- 
Coats, James, director of J. & P. Coats Limited, 43 William street, 

Providence, Rhode Island, U.S. America, and Auchendrane, 

Ayr 
Coats, James, jun., director of J. & P. Coats Limited, Ferguslie 

house 
Coats, Jervis H., of W. & A. Coats — house Ellangowan, Castlehead 
Coats, Maggie H., teacher, Camphill school — house Glenview terrace 
Coats, Mary, teacher, Ferguslie Half-time School — house 2 

Mansfield place 
Coats, Matthew, tailor and clothier, 128 George street— house do. 
Coats, Mrs. William, Ferndean, Castlehead 
Coats, Peter, director of J. & P. Coats Limited — house 5 Garthland 

place and Lilybank, Innellan 
Coats, P. H., Fergyslie Thread Works — house Corsebar 
Coats, P. M., director of J. & P. Coats Ltd. — ho. Woodside house 
Coats, Sir Thomas Glen, Bart., director of J. & P. Coats Limited 

— house Ferguslie park 
Coats, Stewart, at Coats Bros. — house Ellangowan, Castlehead 
Coats, W. & A., ham curers and provision merchants, 68 Broomlands 
Coats, William L., of Coats Brothers — house Mansfield place 
Coats, , William A., director of J. & P. Coats Limited- — Skelmorlie 

Castle, Skelmorlie, and Dalskairth, Dumfries 
Coats, William, jun., of W. & A. Coats — house 5 William street 
Coats, W. H., of J. & P. Coats, Ltd., Cardell, Meikleriggs 
Cochran, Alexander, writer and notary public, of David Semple 

& Cochran, 16 Gilmour st. — house Maryville, Corsebar 
Cochran, Alexander, dairyman, Burnfoot, Thornlie 
Cochran, Allan M'Neil, clerk, the Savings Bank of Paisley-Chouse 

164 George street 
Cochran, Adam, & Co., Park place, Calside 
Cochran, A. W., reporter, Paisley Daily Express — house 4 Garthland 

street 
Cochran, Edward, of Robert Cochran & Sons — house Ladyburn, 

East Greenlaw 
Cochrane, Hugh, of Pollock & Cochrane — house Thrushcraig villa, 

Carriagehill drive 
Cochrane, James, confectioner, 17 Sandholes 

Cochran, James, spirit merchant, 11 Canal street — ho. 3 Glenview 
Cochran, James, & Son, pawnbrokers, watchmakers, and warehouse- 
men, 81 Broomlands and 2 Sandholes 
Cochran, James, of James Cochran & Son — house Cora»Linn, 

Castlehead 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 43 

Cochran, Mrs. James C, wine and spirit merchant (Royalty Bar), 

11 & 12 West Croft — house 9 Greenlaw avenue 
Cochran, J. M., slipper maker, 1 Alexandria place 
Cochran, John, M.A., teacher, Johnstone Public School — house 14 

Thistle street 
Cochran, John, f euar, 2 Potterhill 
Cochran, John, at James Cochran & 8on — house Cora-Linn, 

Castlehead 
Cochrane, John, farmer. North Brediland 
Cochran, John, of Cochran & Keith — house 48 Love street 
Cochran & Keith, joiners and blockhuilders, 67 Love street 
Cochran, Mary, teacher. South Public School — house 48 Love st. 
Cochran, Mrs., Star Restaurant, 8 Old Sneddon street 
Cochran & M'Gechan, brassfounder», 22 New Smithhills— telephone 

No. 218 
Cochran, Robert & Co., yarn agents, 15 Cause^ide 
Cochran, Robert, of Robert Cochran & Co. — house Eastfield, 

Greenlaw drive 
Cochran, Robert, & Sons, drapers, mantlemakers, milliners, and 

upholsterers, 26 and 27 New Smithhills (see advt.) 
Cochran, Robert, tobacconist and newsagent, 4 Caledonia street — 

house do. 
Cochran, Robert, of Robert Cochran & Sons — house Ladyburn, 

East Greenlaw 
Cochrane, Robert, church officer, Oakshaw Free Church, and 

keeper of Y.M.C.A. Rooms — house 12 Causeyside street 
Cochran, Robert H., at M. Whitehill & Co.'s — house 4 Kilnside 

road 
Cochran, Thomas, hamcurer, 2 Sir Michael street — house 

5- Walker street 
Cochran, William, newsagent and tobacconist, 24 Wellmeadow 

— house 1 Castle street 
Cochran, Wm., junr., wholesale stationer and newsagent, 25 Moss 

street — house 24 Wellmeadow 
Cochran, William, & Co., manufacturers and warehousemen, 

6 and 7 Causeyside 
Cochran, William Malcolm, agent for City of Glasgow Friendly 

Society, 21 High street 
Cockburn & Co. (Ltd.), chemists, 12 St. Mirren street, and St. 

Enoch square, Glasgow — house 18 Princes square, Strathbungo 
Cockburn, George H., head > master. Central Public School, and 

teacher, Kibble Reformatory — house 7 Buchanan terrace 
Coghill, George, ironmonger, 49 and 50 Old Sneddon street — house 

3 Caledonia street; telephone No. 175 



44 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 

Coia, M., confectioner and restaurateur, 4 Broomlands — house 43 

Lady lane 
Colinslee Chemical Co., manufacturers of extract of indigo, aliza- 
rine oil, soluble oil, and mordants, Colinslee 
Colinslee Laundry (D. Legg-at & Co.), Colinslee (see advt.) 
Collins, James, & Son, plasterers, 3 Bridge street — ho. 23 George 

street 
Collins, John, & Co., plasterers and cement workers, 84 New Sned- 
don street — house 7 New Sneddon street 
Collins, Mrs. Mary, draper, 19 Broomlands 
Colquhoun, Alexander, stationer and tobacconist, 15 Greorge st. 
Colquhoun, Daniel, of Barr & Colquhoun — house 2 North Croft 
Colquhoun, David, wine and spirit merchant, 17 Wellmeadow — 

house do. 
Colquhoun, Henry, fruiterer and confectioner, 18 Lawn street — ho. 

14 Lawn street 
Colquhoun, J., foreman engineer, 8 Ferguslie buildings 
Colquhoun, Samuel, analytical chemist to Cartvale Chemical Coy., 

Limited — house 64 Love street 
Commercial Bank of Scotland Limited, 102 High street — James 

Ross, agent. Branch, 18 Wellmeadow — James Ross, agent ; 

David Ritchie, accountant 
Commercial Hotel (John Mitchell, proprietor), 11 High street 
Comrie, Alexander, manager at R. & J. P. Kerr's — ho. Dunedin, 

Meikleriggs 
Comrie, Christina, eating-house keeper, 14 Old Smithhills — house 

9 Old Smithhills 
Comrie, John, & Son, cabinetmakers, 90 George street — house 

4 West Campbell street 
Conn, Thomas, R. P., 3 Gordon place — house 13 Clavering street 
Connell, David, commercial traveller, 24 Oakshaw 
Connell, J., & Sons, manufacturers and commission agents, 109 

High street 
Connell, Mary, spirit dealer, 116 George street — house do. 
Connell, Mrs. M., wine and spirit merchant, 36 Storie street 
Connell, William, of Wallace, Connell & Co. — house Fairhill, 

Hamilton 
Conservative Association, 32 New street — Alexander Macfarlane, 

hon. secretary 
Cook, Adam M., at MacRobert, Son, & Hutchison — ho. 3 Mansion 

house road 
Cook, Edward, of Waters, Cook, & Co. — ho. 3 Mansion house road 
Cook, James, writer of Reids & Campbell — house Janefield, 

Gateside 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 45 

Cook, Mks Jenny, teacher, Ferguslie Public School — house 3 Man- 
sion house road 
Cook, Mrs Archibald, Janefield, Gateside 
Cook, Mrs. James, Englethwaite, Castlehead 
Cook, Mrs. Jane, knitting machinist, 4 Garthland street 

Cook, J. & J., letter-press printers, and printers and publishers of the 
Paisley ^ Renfrewshire Gazette, 94 High street ; telegrams 
'' Gazette, Paisley ;" Telephone No. 145 

Cook, Joseph, photographer, 32 High street, Paisley ; 61 King 
street, Kilmarnock ; and 1 1 West Nile street, Glasgow 

Cook, T. H., shipmaster, 2 Greenlaw avenue 

Cook, W. M., of J. & J. Cook — house Englethwaite, Castlehead 

Cooper & Co., tea merchants and grocers, 10 St. Mirren street and 
78 Broomlands 

Co-operatiYe Manufacturing Society, Limited, manufacturers and 
warehousemen, 114 and 115 Causeyside — telegraphic address 
" Distribution, Paisley," telephone No. 127 ; and Colinslee — 
telegraphic address "Production, Paisley," telephone No. 128. 
Branches — No. 1, 15 Broomlands; No. 2, 10 Neilston road; 
No. 3, 11 Kilnside road (see advt.) 

Co-operative Society (Equitable) 

35 Great Hamilton street — salesman, Walter Paul, house 2 

Bute place 
9 Neilston street — salesman, J. H. Christie — house 13 Albert 

place, Espedair 
17 Carriagehill — salesman, Joseph Quin, house 10 Neilson 

street 
90 Causeyside — R. Tweedale — house 2 Orr street 
Butcher's shop — 38 Great Hamilton street — salesman, John 

Gilmour — house 2 Union street 
Butcher's Shop — 17 Carriagehill — salesman, James Semple, 

Blackball buildings 
Boot Shop — 36 Great Hamilton street — salesman, Wm. Hall 

— house 35 Great Hamilton street 
Bread Shop — 37 Great Hamilton street — saleswoman, Miss 

Wylie, 8 Posebery place 
Bakery — 37 Great Hamilton st. — manager, John Harper, 2 

Union street 
Hardware — 38 Great Hamilton st. — saleswoman. Miss Watson 

— house 32 New street 
Office — 36 Great Hamilton street 
Secretary — Wm. Ritchie — house 17 Carriagehill 
Treasurer — John Anderson — house 17 Carriagehill 



46 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 

Co-operative (Provident) Society, Limited. Established I860-. Grocers, 
bakers, butchers, shoemakers, hardware merchants, and dairy- 
men, 140 George street (see advt.) 

Groceries, &c., 139 George street — J. Rowand, salesman 
Branch No. 1 — 168 George street — Andrew Reid, ,, 

,, 2 — 68 Love street — -T. R. Pollock, „ 

„ o — 48 Broomlands — J. K. Hamilton, ,, 

„ 4 — 20 Lawn street — R. Sutherland, ,, 

,, 5 — 2 Cleopatra buildings, Springbauk rd. — 

Wm. Semple, ,, 
„ 6 — 24 Underwood rd., — James M. Stewart, ,, 

,, 7 — 78 Broomlands — Andrew Hunter, ,, 

„ 8 — 7 Mill street —R. Why te, „ 

„ 9 — 110 George street — J. Lauchlan, ,, 

„ 11 — 51 Caledonia street — David Peacock, ,, 

„ 12 — 4 Seedhill road — Alex. Callander, ,, 

„ 13 — 1 M'Kerrell street — Thomas Sunter, ,, 

„ 14 — 15 Abercorn street — Wm. Strachan, ,, 

Steam Bakery, 140 George street — Jas. M'lllvride, foreman 
Bread Shop, 139 George st. — Miss Janet Glover, saleswoman 
Boot Shop, 14 Causeyside — William Gray, salesman 

„ Branch, 48 Broomlands — Miss Robertson, saleswoman 
Hardware and Jewellery Shop, 14 Causeyside — J. B. Sunter, 

salesman. 
Fleshers' shops — 

Central — 138 George street — James Maxwell, salesman 
No. 1 — 91 Causeyside — Richard Wylie, ,, 

„ 2 — 7 Love street — James Ritchie, „ 

,, 3 — 48 Broomlands — Wm. M'Luskie, „ 

,, 4 — 1 Cotton street — Samuel Rae, ,, 

,, 6 — 21 Underwood road — John Jamieson, ,, 

„ 12 — 2 Kilnside road — Wm. Towns, „ 

Dairies — 138 George street, 54 Broomlands, 7 Lawn street, 

and Springbank road 
Book-keeper — John Lauchlan — house 52 High street 
Secretary — James Wood — house 2 Phillips street 
Treasurer — Peter Shannon, 28 Carriagehill. 
Co-operative (Underwood) Coal Society, Under tvood and Potterhill 

depots — John Holmes, salesman, 25 St. James st. (see advt.) 
Cooperwhite, Benjamin, grocer and provision merchant, 15 Moss- 
vale street — house do. 
Cooperwhite, Robert, confectioner, 24 Greenhill road— house do. 
Copland, James, chief clerk Post Oifice — house 4 Mansfield 
place 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 47 

Corbett, Thomas, traveller to Allan J. Bowie, grain merchant, 77 
Causeyside — house South Campbell street 

Corporation Baths, 46 to 48 Storie street — James Ferguson, supt. 

Corporation Electricity Works, Blackball street 

Corporation Gas Office, Municipal buildings 

County Health Department — office County buildings, St. James st. 
— medical officer of health, A. Campbell Munro, M.D., D.Sc. 
— sanitary inspectors, Duncan M'Kinlay and James Murray 

County Hotel, 1 County place — Mrs. A. Thomson, proprietrix 

County Police Office, County buildings, Love street 

Courtney, J., grocer, 69 Broomlands street 

Cowan, Archibald, of Cowan & Stewart — ho. 20 Sandholes 

Cowan, Colin, clerk at Greenlaw Goods Station — house 24 White- 
head street 

Cowan & Co., railway agents and carting contractors for North 
British Railway Company — office Canal Goods Station 
(Canal Line) 

Cowan, James, sergeant of burgh police — ho. 2 St. James street 

Cowan, John, spirit merchant, 3 Love street — house Adelphi place, 
North street. 

Cowan, Mrs. Janet, furnishings, 11 Cochran street 

Cowan, Mrs., Bute villa, Greenlaw drive 

Cowan & Stewart, painters, decorators and upholsterers, 6 Well- 
meadow 

Cowden, John, weaver, 75 Canal street — house do. 

Cowie, John, mill foreman, 3 Ferguslie buildings 

Craig, A., coal merchant, 42 Broomlands — house do. 

Craig, A. F., & Co., Limited, engineers, ironfounders, boilermakers, 
mill-wrights, machine-makers, and spiral blade makers ; also, 
successors and sole makers of Morton's patent ejector- 
condensors, Caledonia Engine works, Macdowall street 

Craig, Alexander, joiner, 27 Back Sneddon — ho. 3 Albion st. 

Craig, Alex., jun., head teacher, Half-time School, New Sneddon — 
house 30 Oakshaw street 

Craig, Allan, mill foreman, to J. & P. Coats, Ltd., 18 Thistle st. 

Craig, Archibald F., of A. F. Craig & Co., Limited — house Belmont, 
Castlehead 

Craig, Barbara, matron Gleniffer home, Meikleriggs 

Craig, Daniel, newsagent and tobacconist, 10 Lawn street — ho. do 

Craig, David, & Son, fleshers, 24 Wellmeadow — house 1 Castle st. 

Craig, David, carting contractor, 6 Murray street — house 6 
Caledonia place 

Craig, David, of Craig & Wilson — house 2 Crossflat terrace 

Craig, David, joiner, 8 Garthland lane. 



48 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 

Craig, Francis, fancy goods merchant, 7 Storie street 

Craig & Gardiner, coal merchants, Underwood Coal depot — 
telephone No. 69 

Craig, Hugh, 9 St. James street 

Craig, James, flesher, 26 Gauze street — house 4 do. 

Craig, James, foreman to E.. Hay & Son, lithographers — house 11 
Clavering street. 

Craig, James G., clerk with J. & P. Coats Limited — house Bloom- 
field, Meikleriggs 

Craig, Jane, teacher. South Public School — house 9 Buchanan ter. 

Craig, Jeanie B., teacher, Camphill Public School — ho. 3 Albion st. 

Craig, John, jun., draughtsman at James Boyd & Sons — house 76 
George street 

Craig, John, cowfeeder, 18 Great Hamilton street 

Craig, John, confectioner, 52 Storie street 

Craig, John, lithographer, 13 Argyle street 

Craig, Miss, milliner, 77 High street — house 17 Causeyside 

Craig, Miss, dressmaker and teacher of dress cutting, 7 Greenlaw 
avenue 

Craig, Mrs. Archibald, 6 Gateside 

Craig, Mrs., dressmaker, 44 George street 

Craig, Robert, confectioner, 11 Storie street 

Craig, Robert, law clerk with D. A. Morrison, writer — house 
Hawkhead road 

Craig, Thomas, carting contractor, 5 Murray street — house Morris- 
lea, Greenock road 

Craig, William, wine and spirit merchant, 20 St. James street — 
house 53 Caledonia street 

Craig, William, assistant manager, Ferguslie Thread Works — 
house 9 Ferguslie buildings 

Craig, William, carting contractor, Murray street — house 27 
Caledonia street 

Craig, William, spirit merchant, 17 Causeyside — house do. 

Craig, William, wine and spirit merchant, 6 Union street — house 
Hawkhead road 

Craig & Wilson, joiners and builders, 30 Orchard street 

Craigielea Chemical Works (Richard Smith's Executors Ltd., 
chemical manufacturers), Clark street 

Craigielea Laundry (W. Edmonds, proprietor), Well street 

Craigsbank Laundry, Colinslee — W. & R. Baird, proprietors 

Cramb, James, M'ine and spirit merchant, 89 Causeyside 

Cramer, Mrs., draper and hosier, 26 Broomlands 

Crawford, Alex. B., of P. & A. Crawford — house 2 Royal ter. 

Crawford, Alice, teacher, Stevenson Street School — ho. 64 Love st. 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 49 

Crawford, Dr., Medical Hal], 39 High street 
Crawford, Elizabeth O., china merchaDt, 16 Gilmoiir street 
Crawford, Elizabeth, teacher, North P. School, 27 Glen street 
Crawford, Gavin, bootmaker, 97 High street — house Aldworth, 

Kilmalcolm 
Crawford, Gavin, of Macnair & Crawford, writers, 12 High street 

— house 18 Sandholes 
Crawford, James, manager with John Mackaj & Co., Glasgow — 

house 166 George street 
Crawford, Kenneth Clark, clerk with Alexander M'Allister^ writer, 

— house Schoolhouse, Inchinnan 
Crawford, H., power-loom manufacturer, Abercorn weaving factory, 

Abercorn street — house, 1 Royal terrace 
Crawford, James, joiner, 4 Sir Michael street — house 9 Argyle 

street 
Crawford, Jane, dressmaker, 9 Argyle street 
Crawford, John, boot and shoe maker, 6 Greenhill road — house, 

23 Wellmeadow street 
Crawford, John, caretaker of Coats Memorial Church — house 30 

Oakshaw street 
Crawford, John, china merchant, 5 George st. — house 13 Wardrop 

street 
Crawford, John, tobacconist, 71 Broomlands 
Crawford, Miss, .Park place, Calside 
Crawford, Mrs. John, 1 Greenlaw avenue 
Crawford, Mrs. Sarah, Bible woman, 12 Gauze street 
Crawford, P. & A., wood turners, coachbuilders, and bowling green 

bowls manufacturers, Thistle works, South Croft 
Crawford, Peter, of P. & A. Crawford — house 2 Royal terrace 
Crawford, William, at Adam Hamilton & Son — house 9 Hillview 
Crawford, AYilliam, Caledonia dining rooms, 11 Caledonia street — 

house do. 
Creedon, John, licensed grocer, 40 Wellmeadow — house 37 Well- 
meadow 
Creelmau, John, florist, Marchfield, Inchinnan road 
Crichton, Colin, wine and spirit merchant, 5 Williamsburgh — -house 

11 M'Kerrell street 
Crilley, Andrew, electrician, 23 Oakshaw street 
Crilley, David, teacher, Camphill Public School — house 7 Well st. 
Crimes, Frederick James, Eastview, Glasgow road 
Croll, David W., chemist, 9 Broomlands — ho. 15 Wellmeadow 
Cross (The) Clothing Co., clothiers, 104 High street 
Crossey, Hugh, dairynian, 42 Back Sneddon st. — ho. 10 Wallace 

street 

D 



50 PAISLEY DIKECTORY. 

Cruikshanks, Arthur, wine and spirit merchant, 63 Broomlands — 

house 97 George street 
Cruickshanks, Thomas, wine and spirit merchant, 2 Hunter street 
Cullen, John, teacher, West Public School — ho. 40 High street 
Cullen, J. R., assurance agent, 3 Thistle street 
Cullen, Thomas, chemist and surgeon dentist, 12 St. James pi. — 

house do. 
Cumberland Dyeworks (William Cunningham & Co.), 15 Abbey 

street 
Cumming, A., draper, 4 Old Smithhills 
Cumming, Finlay M., draughtsman at Campbell & Calderwood's — 

house 4 Old Smithhills 
Cumming, Mrs. John, contractor 22 Newton street 
Cumming, Mrs. Wm., cowfeeder, 22 Well street — house do. 
Cumming, Robert, carting contractor, 22 Newton street 
Cumming, William, contractor, 22 "Well street — house 26 do. 
Cunningham, Adam, writer, of J. & A. Cunningham, 9 High street 

— house 5 Walmer terrace, Ibrox 
Cunningham, Agnes, grocer, 6 Barclay street 
Cunningham, Alexander, calenderer, hot presser, and finisher, 16 

Causeyside — house 6 Lylesland 
Cunningham, Alexander, teacher, South Public School — house 

Bloomfield, Meikleriggs 
Cunningham, Francis, confectioner, 7 Old Sneddon — house 1 

Galloway street 
Cunningham Jas., of W. Cunningham & Co., hank and chain dyers, 

Cumberland Dye Works, 15 Abbey street — ^house 10 Hillview 

place 
Cunningham, James D., apprentice at law at Young & Martin's — 

ho. South park 
Cunningham, James, broker, 2 Neilston street — ho. 23 Causeyside 

street 
Cunningham, John, manufacturer, 3 Mansfield place 
Cunningham, John, writer, of J. & A. Cunningham, 9 High street 

— house Sunnyside 
Cunningham, John, fish merchant, 66 Causeyside street — ^house 45 

Storie street 
Cunningham, J. & A., writers, 9 High street 
Cunningham, Misses, 3 Mansfield place 
Cunningham, Misses, 29 High street 
Cunningham, Misses, seminary. South park house 
Cunningham, M. C, confectioner, 16 Abercorn street 
Cunningham, Mrs., South park house 
Cunningham, Mrs. Daniel, Glenairlie, Glasgow road 



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51 



CunniDgham, William, & Co. (Cumberland Dyeworks), hank and 

chain dyers and starchers, 15 Abbey street 
Cunningham, William, of William Cunningham & Co. — house 10 

Hillview place 
Cunningham, W. M., 82 Seedhill road 
Curr, William, baker and purveyor, St. Mirren temperance hotel, 

6 Moss street — house do. 
Currie, Adam, Dunallister, Howwood 
Currie, Bessie B., teacher, Williamsburgh school — house 5 GarthlapTt 

street 
Currie, James, of William Fulton & Sons, Ltd. — house The Vil 

Glenfield 
Currie, Jeanie C, teacher, Williamsburgh school, 3 Orr street 
Currie, John, Kilbarchan carrier, 91 Causeyside — ho. Steeple 

Kilbarchan 



< 

Currie, John, wholesale grocer, 10 Shuttle street— house Ashburi le, QQ 

Barterholm >"fS^ . 

Currie, Ronald Wavell, clerk-at-law with Reids & Camplell.^^ I 

— house, Oak Craig, Skelmorlie 
Currie, Mrs. M., fruiterer and confectioner, 1 West brae 
Currie, Mrs. Peter, The Villa, Glenfield 
Currie, William, Dunallister, Howwood 
Currie, William, builder and sculptor, 23 Broomlauds — house d >. Q^ 

— (see advt.) 
Currie, William, Paisley and Johnstone carrier — quarters 

Causeyside and at E. O. Crawford's, 16 Gilmour street 
Cuthbertson, Alexander, baker, 33 Causeyside — house do. 
Cuthbertson, John E,, mangling, 8 Incle street 
Cuthbertson, Robert, cashier with Hugh Highgate & Co — ho^sd U 

27 Ure street, Govan 
Cuthbertson, Thomas, sub-manager to J. & P. Coats, Ltd., 

Thistle terrace 



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DALE, Arthur, assistant master, St. Mirren R.C. School — hoi ise-Aj- 
Renfrew road 

Dale, Mrs. Ellen, spirit merchant, 13 Dyers' wynd — hou€e 
Greenlaw avenue 

Dalgety, Rev. James Boath, minister, The Abbey, 1 Mansion house 
road 

Dalgety, William B., teller. National Bank, Paisley — house 1 Man- 
sion house road 

Dalglish, John H., manufacturer of hand-made nets, 30 Wil- 
liamsburgh 

Dallachy, James W., L.D.S., dental surgeon, 82 High st. — ho. do. 



52 PAISLEY DIRECTOKY. 

Dalziel, James, church officer of Thread Street U.P. Church, 8 

Thread street 
Dalziel, Janies G-., banker and agent, Caledonian Insurance Com- 
pany — house Glencairn, Glasgow road 
Dalziel, Jane, teacher Stow Public School — house 18 Hamilton st., 

Saltcoats 
Dalziel, R. F., drysalter, 4 Causeyside — house St. George's ter- 
race, Bridge of Weir 
Daniel, William, proprietor of Globe Hotel, 92 High st. — house do. 
Davidson, Alexander, slater and plasterer, 45 Broomlandsst. — ho. do. 
Davidson, Archibald, 1 1 Greenlaw avenue 
Davidson, Charles, architect and property valuator, 109 High street 

— residence Calside house (see advt.) 
Davidson, D., draper, 20 Sandholes — house 2 Park terrace 
Davidson, David, jobbing gardener, 5 Stow street 
Davidson, Francis, gardener, florist, and nurseryman, Carriagehill 

Nursery — house 46 Moss street 
Davidson, Jenny, teacher, Camphill Deaf Mutes School — house 52 

Cove road, Gourock 
Davidson, John C, collector Scottish Legal Society, 96 High street 

— house 2 Gordon place. King street 
Davidson, Mrs., draper, 45 Broomlands — house do. 
Davidson, Peter A., of Robert Eadie & Co. — house Inglefield, 

Glasgow road 
Davidson & Ritchie, fancy box and pattern card makers, 

Henderson street 
Davidson, Wilhemina, West Pablic School — house 2 Gordon place 
Davie, Catherine, grocer, 2 Lawn street — house 7 do. 
Davies, George, sui-veyor of taxes, Glasgow — house Auchencairn, 

Hawkhead road 
Davies, John, tobacconist and newsagent, 1 Springbank rd. — ho. do. 
Davis, Alex., tobacco pipe maker, 30 Gauze street — house 32 

Whitehead street 
Day, James, clerk at post-office — house 7 Whitehaugh terrace 
Day, Mrs., confectioner and mangier, 4 Springbank road 
Deans, Captain, adjutant 4th Batt. A. & S. Highlanders, Barracks, 

Glasgow-road 
Deans, James R., foreman, corporation gas meter shop, north end of 

Municipal buildings — house 28 Kilnside road 
Deans, Wm., fishmonger and poulterer, 9 St. James place — house 

19 Greenhill road 
Deaf and Dumb Mission Hall, 109 Causeyside 
Deichon, Lawrence, broker, 29 New Smithhills — house do. 
Denovan, William, saw maker, 32 High street 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 53 

Deny, W. E., undertaker with Glasgow Tramway Co., Terrace 

Buildings — house 9 Phillips street 
Deviuey, Mrs. Patrick, sale-room, 3 Cotton street 
Dewar, Hugh, grocer, 16 Well street — house 14 Clavering street 
Dick, George, F.E.I.S., teacher, West Public School — house 2Q 

Broomlands 
Dick, George, teacher Grammar School — house 87 Wellington st., 

Greenock 
Dick, J., & Sons, boot and shoe manufacturers, 166 George street 

— house do. 
Dick, Peter, teller. Royal Bank of Scotland — house 1 Crossflat 

crescent 
Dick, R. & J., leather, rubber, and gutta percha boot, shoe, and 

slipper manufacturers. Liberal Club buildings, 90 tligh st. 
Dick, R. & J., manufacturers of " Dick's patent " gutta percha 

canvas and balata driving belts, and makers of all descriptions 

of gutta percha furnishings, horse shoe pads, cricket and golf 

balls, etc., etc., Liberal Club Buildings, 90 High street 
Dickie, Dugald D., solicitor, Masonic buildings, 96 High street — ■, 

house 2 Greenlaw avenue 
Dickie, Mary Janet, teacher. West Public school — house 9 White- 

haugh terrace 
Dickie, John, of Cochran & M'Gechan, 22 New Smithhills — house 

80 Seedhill road 
Dickson, Maggie C, Central school — house 87 Meadow Park 

street, Dennistoun 
Dickson, Thomas L., T.P. — house 10 Kilnside road 
Dickson, William, agent for Royal Bank and insurance agent, 

Royal Bank house, St. Mirren street 
Dickson, Rev. William James, minister Congregational Church, 

School wynd — house Congregational manse, Glasgow road 
Dobie, George, & Son, tobacco, snuff, and candle manufacturers, 

Greenhill works, Clark street 
Dobie, George, of George Dobie & Son — ho. Edgemont, Castlehead 
Dobbie, Gilbert, clerk at Robert Brown & Son's — house Fire 

station, Springburn, Glasgow 
Dobie, William F., of George Dobie & Son — house Edgemont, 

Castlehead 
Dobbie, William, shoemaker, 10 Gauze street — ho. 2 M'Kerrell st. 
Dobson, David, joiner, 3 East lane, Williamsburgh — house do. 
Docharty, Harry, of M. Neilson & Co., 17 Melville street, Pollok- 

shields 
Docherty, John, 3 Incle street 
Docherty, P., hairdresser, 52 George street — house do. 



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Docherty, William, grocer, 24 New Smithhills — house 4 do. 

Dock, James, commercial traveller to John Spence & Sons, ham- 

curers — house 28 Kilnside road 
Donald, Archibald, M.B., C.M., medical practitioner — consulting 

rooms 6 Gauze street — house 5 Gauze street (tele. No. 216) 
Donald, Hugh Colligan, M.B., CM., F.R.C.S.E., surgeon — consult- 
ing rooms 6 Gauze street — house 5 Gauze street (tele. No. 216) 
Donald, James, architect, 99 High street — house Dunraven, Arkle- 

ston road 
Donald, James, of Hanna, Donald, & Wilson — house Riccartsbar 
Donald, Jas., jun., of Hanna, Donald, & Wilson — ho. 5 Greenlaw 

avenue 
Donald, Robert H., of Hanna, Donald, & Wilson — house The 

Shieling, Craw road 
Donald, William, of Hanna, Donald, & Wilson — house 56 Canal 

street 
Donaldson, D., at M. Whitehill & Co.'s — house 2 Calside place 
Donaldson, John, of T. Fulton Reid & Donaldson — house 2 Cross- 
flat crescent 
Donaldson, Samuel, 3 Buchanan terrace 
Donati, B., & Co., confectinners and ice cream merchants, 62 George 

street — house 47 High street 
Donnelly, John J., head master, St. Mirren R.C. School — house 7 

East Buchanan street 
Dougall, Daniel, teacher, Camphill School — ho. 28 Well st. 
Dougall, Samuel, coal merchant. Coal depot, Underwood — ^house 

32 Calside 
Dougan, C, shoemaker, 35^ Broomlands — house 39^ Broomlands 
Douglas, Robert, grocer, 50 Love street — house 48 do. 
Doulton & Co. (Ltd.), sanitary engineers, bath makers, iron and brass 

founders, and metallic glass and porcelain enamellers, 

Hawkhead road. Telegraphic address, "Doulton, Paisley" ; 

Telephone No., 248; and at Lambeth, London, S.E., &c. 
Douskin, Thomas, bath enaraeller, 6 Whitehaugh terrace 
Dow, J., foreman to J. & P. Coats, Ltd. — house 23 Thistle street 
Do wall, John, drysalter, 8 Buchanan terrace 
Downie, Patrick, artist, Ladyburn, Glasgow road 
Downie, William, boot and shoemaker, 54 Storie street — house do. 
Downing, H. M'Cree, officer of Inland Revenue — house 26 George 

street 
Downs, John, grocer and wine merchant, 23 Stock street — house 

22 Calside 
Dreghorn, Andrew, warper, 2 Great Hamilton street 
Drennan, James, ironmonger, 46 Moss st. — ho. 30 Oakshaw street 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 55 

Drennan, James, copper-smith, and sheet- iron worker. 4 Old 
Sneddon — house 1 Caledonia street — (see advt.) 

Drennan, James, draper, 17 Moss street — house 11 Hill view place 

Drennan, John M., clerk at Robert Brown & Son's — house 48 
Millarston 

Drennan, Robert, painter, 164 George street 

Drennan, Robert, shoemaker, 5 Old Sneddon 

Drennan, Mrs. D., preserve maker, 6 George street — house 17 
Wardrop street 

Drennan, William, at Young & Martin's — house Rosslyn, East 
Greenlaw 

Drew, D. B., of M. Drew & Son, Ltd. — house Hawthornden 

Drew, Jas. P., of M. Drew & Sons, Ltd. — house Hawthornden, Car- 
riagehill drive 

Drew, M. J., jun., of M. Drew & Sons, Ltd. — house Barnscroft, 
Carriagehill drive 

Drew, J. P., jun., of M. Drew & Sons, Ltd. — house Hawthornden 

Drew, M. & Sons, Ltd., curled hair manufacturers, Colinslee hair 
works 

Drew, Robert, of M. Drew & vSons, Ltd. — house Colinslee Mansion 
house 

Drum, James, chiropodist, 23 Lady lane 

Drummond, John, of David Leggat & Co. — house 1 Braid's road 

Drummond, Robert, road surveyor for the County Council of Ren- 
frewshire — house 2 Lylesland terrace 

Drummond, Robert, tramways manager — house 10 Incle street 

Drummond, T. G., jun., at David Leggat & Co.'s — house Newhall 
villas, Glenfield 

Drummond, T. G., at Wm. Fulton & Sons, Ltd. — house Newhall 
villas, Glenfield 

Drybrough, James, of Walker, Drybrough, & Co. — house Arkleston 

Drysdale, John, Old Toll, Renfrew road 

Duff & Miller, watchmakers, jewellers, and opticians, 20 High street 
(see advt.) 

Duff, James, brewer at Sacell Brewery — ho. Mavisbank terrace, 
Blackball 

Duff, William, cycle agent, 8 Orr square and 25 George street — 
house do. 

Duify, Francis, shoemaker, 126 George street 

Duify, Francis, jun., boot and shoemaker, 16 Storie street — house do 

Duffy, Mrs., dressmaker, 16 Whitehead street 

Dunbar, John, wine merchant, Somersby, Hawkhead 

Duncan, Andrew, Glasgow and Paisley carrier, cowfeeder and con- 
tractor, 28 Orchard street — house do. 



56 PAISLEY DIRECTOKT. 

Duncan, Archibald, jobbing gardener and contractor, 1 Gladstone 

terrace — house do. 
Duncan, James, watch and clock maker, jeweller, and optician, 9 

High street— house 12 St. James place 
Duncan, James, M.D. — medical hall, 23 Causeyside, and Crossilat 

terrace — house Churchhill house 
Duncan, Miss, dressmaker. 3 Caraphill place 
Duncan, Matthew, tailor and clothier, 2 West street 
Duncan, William, grocer and provision merchant, 1 8 Laighpark — 

house do. 
Duncan, William, chief constable — house 9 Greenlaw avenue ; 

telephone No. 100 
Duncanson, William, horse shoer and general jobbing smith, 34 

Gordon's lane — house 23 Canal st. 
Dundas, P. S., of Knight & Dundas — house 6 Whitehaugh terrace 
Dunlop, David, shoemaker, 24 Wellmeadow — house 1 Castle street 
Dunlop, James, joiner and timber merchant, Abercoru Joiner 

works, 11 Incle street — house 3 Greenlaw terrace 
Dunlop, James, writer, with James Gardner — house Ardencraig, 

Milliken Park 
Dunlop, James, mill foreman, 2 Ferguslie buildings 
Dunlop, John, clerk to Walter M'Gee & Son — house 23 Bentinck 

street, Glasgow 
Dunlop, Matthew S., measurer, 14 Moss street — house 3 Crossfiat 

crescent 
Dunlop, Rev. Robert, minister of Reformed Presbyterian Church, 

Storie street — house Ardgowan cottage. Blackball 
Dunlop, Thomas, boot and shoemaker, 2 Broomlands — house 19 

Greenhill road 
Dunn, A. G., harbour master, Carlile Quay — house 80 New 

Sneddon street 
Dunn, A. M'F., engineer at J. & P. Coats, Ltd. — house Avalon, 

Meikleriggs 
Dunn, James H., & Allison, writers and notaries public, Union 
i Bank buildings, 3a Gilmour street 
Dunn, James Hamilton, writer, of James H. Dunn & Allison — ho. 

Woodend, Castlehead 
Dunn, Peter, gamekeeper, Foxbar 
Dunn, Sir William, Bart., M.P. for Paisley, banker and merchant, 

34 Phillimore Gardens, Kensington, London, W., and The 

Retreat, Lakenheath, Suifolk 
Dunsmore, Henry, cartwright, Moss cottage, Greenock road 
Dunsmore, James, foreman at Glenfield Starch works — house Glen- 
field cottage, Castlehead 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 57 

Dunsmore, Matthew, foreman at Glenfield Starch works — house 

Glenfield cottage, Castlehead 
Dutch, D. M., teacher of dancing, 8 Forbes place — house 12 

Falside 
Dutch, Mrs., teacher of dancing, 8 Forbes place — house 12 

Falside 
Dykes, John, foreman plumber with Wallace, Connell, & Co. — ho. 

93 High street 

EADIE Brothers & Co., manufacturers of ring-travellers, &c., 

Victoria Works, Seedhill road 
Eadie, James Donald, clerk with Ja. Caldwell, Muir, & Caldwell, 

writers— house 2 Lylesland terrace 
Eadie, Mrs. John, Kilmeny, Mansion house road 
Eadie, John Scott, of Eadie Bros. & Co. — house Greenside 
Eadie, John, engraver, 4 Moss street — house 13 Thistle terrace 
Eadie, Mrs., grocer and confectioner. 21 Underwood road 
Eadie, Peter, of Eadie Bros. & Co.^house Wakefield villa, East 

Greenlaw, Glasgow road 
Eadie, Robert, & Co., ironmongers, 12 High street 
Eaglesim, Archibald, chimney sweeper, 41 Ferguslie 
Eaglesim, Archibald, assistant sanitary inspector — ho. Hamilton p'l., 

78 New Sneddon street 
Easdon, H., joiner, 101 Causeyside — house 21 Moss street 
Easson, Robert, paper stock merchant, Glasgow — house Ythan 

Bank, Hawkhead road 
Easton, George, 36 Storie street 
Easton, John, pianist, 36 Storie street 
Easton, Robert, agent for Royal Liver Friendly Society — house 40 

High street 
Eccles, Alexander, 80 Broomlands 
Easton, William, flesher, 60 Back Sneddon street 
Eccles, George, gardener, 7 Rosebery place 
Eccles, Miss A., stationer and tobacconist, 74 Broomlands 
Economic Building Societies, 109 High street, Winning & Fulton, 

secretaries 
Edmiston, Mrs. Mary, Stow Public school — house 50 Ann street, 

Gourock 
Edmonds, H. S., wine and spirit merchant, " Auld Toll," 2 Garth- 
land street — house Mossfield, Greenock road 
Edmonds, Robert, agent, National Bank of Scotland Limited 

(Anderston branch, Glasgow) — house Mossfield, Greenock road 
Edmonds, William, Craigielea Laundry — house Mossfield villa, 

Greenock road 



58 PAISLEY DIRECTOEY. 

Elder, Rev. Andrew, minister of George street U.P. Church, The 

Grange, Meikleriggs 
Elder, Mrs. Elizabeth, Mansion cottage, Castlehead 
Elder, Miss, St. Ninian's, Meikleriggs 
Elliot, Andrew, plumber, tinsmith, and gasfitter. 28 Causeyside — 

house Dunvorleigh, Arkleston road 
Elliot, John, boot and shoemaker, 25 Maxwellton street 
Elliot, Richard, slater, William street — house 73 Broomlands 
Elliot, William, sea captain, Anniesfield, Hawhhead road 
Emmerson, J., fruiterer, florist, and vegetable merchant, 25 High 

street — house Gateside avenue — telephone No. 176 
Emmerson, Mrs. Agnes, china and hardware merchant, 2 Cotton 

street — house 7 Gauze street 
Equitable Co-operative Society, 35, 36, 37 and 38 Great Hamilton 

street, 9 Neilston street, 17 Carriagehill, and 90 Causeyside 
Erroch, ttohn, clerk at Greenlaw Goods Station — house 3 Maxwell 

street 
Erskine, Andrew, joiner and cabinetmaker, 2 Lady lane — house 

42 do. 
Erskine, John M., clerk at P. Caldwell & Co.'s— house 2 Blyths- 

Avood drive 
Erskine, Maggie, teacher, Williamsburgh school — ho. 42 Lady lane 
Erskine, Miss, fancy repository, 30 High street — house 1 Orr 

square 
Erskine, Robert, teacher, Ferguslie Public school — house 42 Lady 

lane 
Esdaile, W. S.,- & Co., milliners and mantle makers, 93 High street 

— house 5 County place 
Evans, Henry, goods manager, Glasgow & South- Western Railway, 

Glasgow — ho. Thorn] y park 
Evening and Weekly Citizen (Glasgow) — office 8 Gilmour street — 

reporter and agent, William R. Carter — ho. 55 Caledonia st. 
Evening News (Glasgow) office, 16 Moss street; telephone No. 258 

— reporter and agent, William Pedan — house 5 Whitehaugh 

terrace 
Evening Times (Glasgow) — office 3 County place — reporter and 

agent, Albert S. Skinnider ; publishing and advertising clerk, 

C. J. Gregg ; telephone No. 161 
Ewing, Mrs. John, fruiterer and confectioner, 60 Causeyside street 

— house 15 Sandholes 
Ewing, Stewart, joiner, 20 Lawn street — house 3 Hamilton street 
Ewing, William, grain and provision merchant, 87 Causeyside — 

house do. 
Eye (Royal Victoria) Infirmary, 1 Forbes place 



PAISLEY DTKECTORY. 59 

FAIRLIE, Archibald, C.T., F.E.I.S., head master North Public 

School — house Endrickdale, Meikleriggs 
Fairlie, Alexander, contractor and wood merchant, 8 Castle street 

—house 9 do. 
Fairlie, Robert, spirit merchant, 9 Moss street 
Fairlie, Robert, jun., cashier at Robert Brown & Son's — house 

Myrtle house, Lawn street 
Faith Mission, Adelphi Hall, Cart Lane 
Falconer, Alexander, clerk with J. & P. Coats, Ltd. — house 5 

Gladstone terrace 
Falconer, John, clerk, 34 Kilnside road 
Farber, Joseph, picture frame maker, 16 George street — house 81 

Canal street 
Farmer, Robert, confectioner, 6 Clark street — house do. 
Farnin, Patrick, fruiterer and confectioner, 3 Broomlands — house 

41 High street, Johnstone 
Farquhar, James M., 6 Phillips street 

Parr & Co., lithographers and stationers, 4 and 5 Forbes place 
Farr, Henry, of Farr & Co. — house Barbara cottage. Bridge of 

Weir 
Farr, Thomas W., cashier to Isdale & M'Callum — ho. Bridge of Weir 
Faulkner, B. G., ornamental and letter engraver, 10 St, James st 
Feely, Thos., dairyman, 61 George street 
Fella, Stephen, ice cream merchant, 1 St. James street 
Female Refuge, Victoria place, Lady lane — Miss Blue, matron 
Fenton, Louis Henry, F.S.Sc, artificial teeth maker, 41 Wellmeadow 

and Townhead terrace (see advertisement) 
Fenino, Felix, hair-dresser and perfumer^ 23 School wynd — house 

Cassia cottage, Greenock road 
Fenino, Madame, Cassia cottage, Greenock road 
Ferguslie Kitchen, East lane — Mrs. Paton, caretaker 
Ferguslie Reading Room, 2 Ferguslie walk — open 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. 
Ferguson, Andrew, clerk. Post Office — house 8 Cochran street 
Ferguson, Andrew, lithographer and engraver, 39 Well street 
Ferguson, Barbara, teacher, Camphill School — ho. Rock cottage, 

Mill street 
Ferguson, Daniel, M.A., teacher, Williamsburgh school — house 

Rock cottage, Mill street 
Ferguson, David, slater, and keeper of Thomas Muir Memorial 

Hall, 2 North street 
Ferguson, D., & Sons, coal merchants, Potterhill depot and Barrhead 
Ferguson, George, of Ferguson, Shaw, & Sous, and The Gleniffer 

Soap Co. — house 5 Princes square. Regent park, Glasgow 
Ferguson, James, grocer, 24 New street — house Potterhill 



60 PAISLEY DIEECTOKY. 

Ferguson, James, superintendent at Baths — house 48 Storie st. 
Ferguson, James A., factor for Elderslie estate, Deanside, Kenfrew 

— office 109 High street 
Ferguson, James T., assistant librarian, 30 Cotton street 
Ferguson, John, clerk, Chamberlain's office — house Rock cottage, 

Millstreet * 
Ferguson, John A., of Ferguson, Shaw, & Sons, and The Gleniffer 

Soap Company — ho. 14 Derby crescent, Kelvinside, Glasgow 
Ferguson, John, of D. Ferguson & Sons — house Gordonleigh, 

Barrhead 
Ferguson, John, pawnbroker, and dealer in watches and jewellery, 

35 High street and 90 Canal street — house 30 Oaksliaw 
Ferguson, John, wine and spirit merchant, 30 Cotton street- 
house do. 
Ferguson, John, stationer and tobacconist, 64 Broomlands — ho. do. 
Ferguson. John, secretary of Paisley and District C.E. Union — ho. 

26 Well street 
Ferguson, Joshua, MA., M.B,, CM., 4 Greenlaw terrace 
Ferguson, Mrs. Martha, confectioner, 15 Ivilnside road — house 8 

Johnston street 
Ferguson, Norman, glazier, 19 Storie street 
Ferguson, Peter, dairyman, 80 Canal street 
Ferguson, Peter, manager to Fleming & Ferguson, Ltd. — house 

Gilmourlea, Greenock road 
Ferguson, P., of Fleming & Ferguson (Ltd.) — house Melkington, 

Dunoon 
Ferguson, Robert, teacher Stevenson street Public School — house 

South park house, High Carriagehill 
Ferguson, Shaw, & Sons, soap and caudle manufacturers, and oil 

and lard refiners— soap works, Blackball ; office and oil and 

lard works, Bishop street, Port Dundas, GlasgOAv 
Ferguson, Thomas, grocer and provision merchant, 82 Broomlands 

— house do. 
Ferguson, William, clerk, Greenlaw goods station — house 3 Allison 

place 
Ferguson, William, grocer, 42 Moss street — house 1 George place 
Ferguson, William, fruiterer, 56 George street 
Fernie, Archibald, painter and paper hanger, 48 Old Sneddon 

— house 7 Love street 
Fernie, Mrs. Arcliibald, draper, 60 George street 
Fernie, Elizabeth, tobacconist, Branch Post Office, 78 Causejside — 

house 7 L"ive street 
Fernie, Maggie C, teacher, East Public School — ho. 7 Love street 
Fernie, Mrs., confectioner, 108 George street — ho. 47 Broomlands 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 61 

Feron, Mrs. Catherine, confectioner, 13 Broomlands — house 61 

George street 
Ferrie, Andrew, licensed grocer, 136 George street — house 133 do. 
Ferrie, A., fishmonger, 72 Broomlands 

Ferrie, Miss Sarah, fruiterer, 4 Broomlands — ho. 4 Park terrace 
Ferrier, Robert, engineer, with Fullerton, Hodgart, & Barclay 

(Limited) — house 9 Greenlaw avenue 
Ferris, Robert, sergeant of police — house 24 Oaks?iaw 
Filshill, James W., wholesale confectioner and biscuit agent, 6 

Macdowall street 
Findlay, David, potato merchant, Abercorn station — house 6 Hamil- 
ton street 
Findlay, E. A., tailor, 3 Well street 
Findlay, Mary, confectioner, 3 Russell street — house do. 
Finlay, Miss E. F., dress and mantle maker, 27 Gauze street — 

house do. 
Finlay, William, clerk, Greenlaw goods station — house 26 Gauze 

street 
Findlay, P., tobacconist and stationer, 12 Old Sneddon — house 

1 Crosstlat terrace 
Fiulator, William Rankin, of Kerr & Finlator — house The Cottage, 

North Greenhill 
Finlayson, Alexander, carting contractor, Carriagehill 
Finlayson, Wm., grocer, 6 Smith street 

Finn, Miss Julia, dressmaker, 97 High street — house 22 High street 
Finnic, James, teacher, West Public School — house 5 Hannay st. 
Firelight factory, 1 M'Kean st. — Thos. Alexander, manager — ho. 

4 Clark street 
Fisher, Andrew, jun., of Fisher & Co. — house 81 New Sneddon 
Fisher, Mrs. Andrew, 81 New Sneddon 

Fisher & Co., engineers, St. Mirren Engine works, Macdowall st 
Fisher, George, of Fisher & Co. — house 2 Buchanan terrace 
Fisher, George, manufacturers' agent, 86 Wilson street, Glasgow — 

house 4 Mansfield place 
Fisher, Miss, confectioner, 53 George street 
Fisher, William T., inspector "of weights and measures for the 

Burgh, 81 New Sneddon — house do. 
Fitch. John, barber, 11 Old Sneddon — house 13 M'Kerrell street 
Fitzpatrick, Mrs., dress and mantlemaker, 15 Broomlands 
Flanigan, James, horse shoer and jobbing smith, 5 Maxwellton 

street — house 27 do. 
Fleck, Miss, dressmaker, 46 Broomlands — house Lounsdale Farm 
Fleming, Rev. Andrew G., minister of the United Presbyterian 
Church, Thread street — house Gowanlea, Castlehead 



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Fleming & Ferguson, Ltd., engineers, Phoenix Works, shipbuilders, 

Merksworth, Inchinuan road 
Fleming, J. & J., tailors and clothiers, 57 George street 
Fleming, James, plumber and gasfitter, 5J North Bridge street — 

house do. 
Fleming, John, grocer, 113 George street — house do. 
Fleming, Mary, flesher, 29 George street 
Fleming, Miss, dress and mantle maker, 24 Orchard street 
Fleming, Reid, & Co., Ltd., yarn merchants, Greenock — branch 10 

St. Mirren street 
JFleming, Thomas, farmer. South Gallowhill 
Fleming, W. Y., of Fleming & Ferguson, Ltd. — house Elmhurst, 

Langbank 
Fleming, William, farmer, Fulwood, by Linwood 
Fletcher, Mrs. Hugh, feuar, 5 Wardrop street 
Flett, John, church officer, Free South Church — ho. 3 Thomas st. 
Flett, Mrs. O. — house Greenieholm, Calside 
Flockhart, William, 5 Douglas terrace 

Floyd, Mrs. David, confectioner, 13 Caledonia street — house do. 
Fontana, Giuseppe, ice cream and confections, 30 New Smithhills 

and 1 Old Sneddon — house 29 New Smithhills 
Forbes, Robert, grocer, 34 Caledonia street — house 3 Andrews st. 
Ford, Ben, commercial traveller — house 10 Whitehaugh terrace 
Forrest, James A., of Wm. Forrest & Son — ho. Burnbank cottage, 

Chain road 
Forrest, John, gardener, Gateside 
Forrest, William, of William Forrest & Son — house Burnbank 

cottage 
Forrest, William, & Son, chemical manure manufacturers, Burn- 
bank, Chain road; telephone No. 178; telegrams, "Forrest, 

Elderslie" 
Forrester, D., umbrella manufacturer, 43 High street 
Forrester, William, hatter and hosier, 1 Broomlands and 23 High 

street — house 5 Park terrace 
Forsyth, Alexander & Son, plumbers, 46 Broomlands — house do. 
Forsyth, George, shoemaker, 53 High street — house do. 
Forsyth, John, restaurateur, 12 Newton street — ^house 13 do. 
Forsyth, William, manager Blackston Mineral Coy. — ho. Blackston 

cottage 
Forsyth, William, shoemaker, 11 West Buchanan street 
Forsyth, W., & Co., engineers and cycle makers, 20 Moss street 
Forsyth, William, of W. Forsyth & Co. — house 35 Wellmeadow 
Fortune, David, secretary Scottish Legal Life Assurance Society — 

head office, Wilson street, GlasgoAV 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 63 

Fortune, John E., hardware merchant, 30 Caledonia street — house 

7 Andrews street 
Foster, James, of Fullarton, Hodgart, & Barclay (Limited) — house 

Lily bank, St. Andrew's drive, Pollokshields 
Fotheringham, Alexander, coachman to Mrs. Holms, Sandyford — ho. 

Teetotal Tower 
Fotheringham, David, at A. Eeid & Bro. — house 16 M'Kerrell 

street 
Fotheringham, William, sub-manager to J. & P. Coats, Ltd., 17 

Thistle terrace 
Foulds, Andrew, & Son, wholesale and retail wine and spirit mer-, 

chants, 4 and 5 Abbey street 
Foulds, Andrew, teller, Bank of Scotland — house Corsehill, 

Stewarton 
Foulds, Robert, at Andw. Foulds & Son, 5 Abbey street — house 

Oakbank, Oakshaw 
Foulds, Roger, wine and spirit merchant, 29 Causeyside — house 24 

George street 
Foulds, William & Co. (Limited), distillers, and Scotch whisky mer- 
chants — distilleiy Glenfyne, Ardrishaig — office School wynd 
Foulds, William, & Co., wine and spirit merchants, 24 George 

street — office School wynd 
Foulds, William M., at Master of Works office — house Oakbank, 

Oakshaw 
Fountain Gardens, Love street — superintendent, Alex. Carnochan 
Fowler, Wm,, at J. & P. Coats Ltd. — house 18 Thistle terrace 
Fraser, Alex., chemist and druggist, 100 High street — house 4 

Greenlaw terrace 
Fraser, Donald, M.D., F.F.P.S. (Glasgow), 3 Orr square 
Fraser, George, police constable — house 21 Moss street 
Fraser, James Roy, teacher of music, organist of Middle Parish 

Church, at J. Muir Wood & Co., 49 High street — house 

Laurel bank. Wester Carriagehill 
Fraser, James, confectioner, 6Q Canal street — ho. 26 do. 
Fraser, John, clerk, British Linen Coy. Bank — house Laurel bank, 

Wester Carriagehill 
Fraser, M. & H., dress and mantlemakers, 6 Wellmeadow — house 

30 Well street 
Fraser, Walter, & Co., export merchants, 5 School wynd 
Fraser, AVilliam, confectioner, 10 Silk street and 11 Abercorn street 

— house 11 Abercorn street 
Fraser, W. J., manager Paterson, Sons, & Co. — ho. 10 White- 

haugh terrace 
Free Breakfast Mission hall, 109 Causeyside 



64 PAISLEY DIRECTORY 



Free Library, High street — curator, J. G-. Renfrew — house 18 

Storie sereet 
Free Museum and Picture gallery, High street — curator, J. M. B. 

Taylor (see appendix) 
Freebairn, M. & J., dress and mantle makers, agents for Anglo 

Parisian system of dressmaking, 16 Wellmeadow 
Freebairn, Thomas, Riccartsbar lodge 
French, Mrs., dressmaker, 32 Cotton street 
Frew, Robert, forwarding clerk Canal station — house 9 Whitehead 

street 
Fullerton, Alexander, of Fullertou, Hodgart, & Barclay (Limited) 

— house Fordbank, Millikenpark 
Fullerton, Hodgart, & Barclay (Limited), engineers, ironfounders, 

boilermakers, millwrights, and machine makers, " Vulcan 

Foundry and Engine works," Renfrew road (telegraphic ad- 
dress, " Vulcan, Paisley ;" telephone No. 63) 
Fullerton, James, of John Fullerton & Co., Abbotsburu house, 

Inchinnan road 
Fullerton, John, & Co., iron shipbuilders, Merksworth shipbuild- 
ing yard, Inchinnan road 
Fullerton, John, of John Fullerton & Co. — house 1 Garthland 

place 
Fulton, Alfred D., yarn merchant, 103 Queen street, Glasgow — 

house Dungoyne, Hawkhead road 
Fulton, Charles, Strathblane, Meikleriggs 
Fulton, Charles & Co., colliery agents and coal merchants, 23 Old 

Sneddon street — house Strathblane, Meikleriggs 
Fulton, David, tailor and clothier, 54 Causeyside — house 5 

Gladstone terrace 
Fulton, James, of WiUiam Fulton & Sons Ltd. — house The Glen 
Fulton, John, confectioner, 52 Broomlands 
Fulton, John, jun., at Smith & Sons' Shipping Office, Glasgow — 

house 52 Broomlands 
Fulton, John, audit inspector G. P. & K. Joint Railway — house 19 

Argyle street 
Fulton, Joseph, of William Fulton & Sons Limited — ^house The 

Glen 
Fulton, Maggie, teacher, Stevenson street School — ho. 7 Alice pi. 
Fulton, Peter, 2 Canal street 
Fulton, Robert, feuar, 12 Abbey street 
Fulton, T. Crichton, consulting electrical engineer, 44 West George 

street, Glasgow — house 12 Abbey street 
Fulton, William, of Winning & Fulton — house 19 Argyle street 
Fulton, Wm , dairy, 29 Canal street— house 30 Canal street 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 65 



Fulton, William, & Sons (Limited), scourers, dyers and finishers, 
Glenfield — parcels left with James Caldwell, Cumberland 
court — Causeyside 

Fulton, Wm., tobacconist and newsagent, 6 Silk street — house 26 
Causeyside 

Fyfe, Miss, dress and mantlemaker, 2 St. James street 

GAFFNE Y.Patrick, assistant superintendent Prudential Assurance 
Company, 3 M'Intyre place 

Galbreath Brothers, chemists and druggists, 92 Causeyside 

Galbraith, Charles, wine and spirit merchant, 64 and 65 George 
street and 19 Maxwellton street — house 27 Broomlands street 

Galbraith, John, feuar, Rockfield cottage, Potterhill 

Galbraith, John, jun., baker — house 4 Wellmeadow 

Galbraith, Robert, at A. F. Craig & Co. Ltd. — ho. 3 Buchanan terr. 

Galbraith, & Co., wholesale grocers, office and store — 2 George pi.; 
branches — 22 Sandholes, 27 Gauze street, 28 Causeyside, 14 
Broomlands street, 12 Kiltiside road, 51 Broomlands, 31 Car- 
riagehill, 30 Canal street, and 60 Back Sneddon 

Galbraith, William, of Galbraith & Co. — house Muirstone, Hawk- 
head road 

Galbreath, Miss, 32 Oakshaw street 

Galbreath, Robert B., of Galbreath Brothers, 98 Causeyside 

Gallagher, John, grocer, 96 New Sneddon street — house do. 

Galletly, David, clothier, 5 Causeyside — ho. Anna villa, Greenock 
road 

Galletly, Duncan, engineer and cycle maker 108 Causeyside — 
house do. 

Galletly, James, church officer of Lylesland U.P. Church — house 2 
South Orr street 

Galletly, Miss, music teacher, Anna villa, Greenock road 

Gait, James, of Henry & Gait — house Helena villa, Greenock road 

Gait, John, & Son, brickmakers and builders — brickworks Nether- 
common 

Gait, John, of John Gait & Son — house Tarradale, Blackball 

Gait, W. & H., chimney sweepers, 30 St. James street 

Gamble, Matthias, chandler, 8 Broomlands 

Gardiner, Alexander, agent for the Lancashire Insurance Co. — 
ho. 3 Mansion house road 

Gardiner, Alex., jun., of Craig & Gardiner — house 3 Mansion 
house road 

Gardner, Alexander, printer, bookseller, publisher, &c., 7 Gilmour 
street — house Dunrod, Castlehead 

Gardner & Co., Holm laundry. Barterholm 

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Gardner, David, M.B., CM., consultiug-rooms, 12 St. James place 
and 18 Gilmom- street — house 84 High street 

Gardner, James, farmer, South Hillington, off Glasgow road 

Gardner, James, writer and notary public, secretary, treasurer, and 
law agent to the Peter Brougli Bequest Fund ; secretary, trea- 
surer, and law agent to the Governors of the Paisley 
Educational Trust ; secretary and treasurer to Paisley Techni- 
cal School ; and hon. -secretary to the Philosophical Institution, 
3 County place — house Clunie 

Gardner, James, British Workman Public house, 20 Wellmeadow 
— house do. 

Gardner, James, painter and decorator, 1 Wallneuk — house 1 
Phillips street 

Gardner, John, fishmonger, 66 Broomlands — house 20 John street 

Gardner, John S., 4 Wellmeadow 

Gardner, Matthew, stationer, 4 Garthland street 

Gardner, Robert, wine and spirit merchant, 11 Williamsburgh — 
house 1 Greenlaw avenue 

Gardner, William, of Gardner & Co., The Elms, Castlehead 

Gardner, Wm., grocer and spirit merchant, 5 Moncrieff street — 
house 5 Old Sneddon 

Garrott, John, blacksmith, 51 High street — house 34 Lady lane 

Garven, John, shoemaker, 4 Lawn street — house 1 East Croft 

Garven, Miss, fruiterer and confectioner, 1 East Croft — house 2 
East Croft 

Gatherer, Miss Annie, dressmaker, 13 High street 

Gemmell, Andrew, joiner, 2 Brown street — house do. 

Gemmell, A. C, clerk at Speirs, Gibb, & Co. — house 17 Greenhill 
road 

Gemmell, Janet, teacher, South Public School — house 12 Neilston 
street 

Gemmell, James, feuar, 14 Sandholes 

Gemmill, Malcolm, watchmaker and jeweller, 5 Wellmeadow — • 
ho. do. 

Gemmell, Matthew, cowfeeder, 13 Cotton street 

Gemmell, Matthew, wine and spirit merchant, 14 Broomlands — 
house 10 do. 

Gemmell, Peter, draper, 80 Broomlands street — ho. 41 High street 

Gentles, Rev. Thomas, D.D., First Charge Abbey Church, 
Abbey manse, Glasgow road 

Getty, James, coachman to Mrs. Kerr, Gallowhill 

Getty, Moore, plumber, gasjfitter, and engraver, 22 Neilston road 
— house 4 Great Hamilton street 

Getty, Thomas, coachman, Netherhill 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 67 

George A. Clark Town Hall (entrance by Old Smithliills and 

Abbey close) — James B. Watson, curator 
George Temperance Hotel, 2 Old Smithhills, M. Jamison, 

proprietor 
Gibb, George Y., family grocer, 25 Argyle street — house 21 

Argyle street 
Gibb, John, & Son, drapers, 26 High street — house Holmscraig, 

Calside 
Gibb, Joseph, hairdresser, 16 Old Sneddon street — ho. 8 Sandholes 
Gibb, Matthew, cowfeeder and contractor, Stirling street 
Gibb, Mrs. Andrew, Calside villa 
Gibb, Mrs. James, Holmscraig, Calside avenue 
Gibb, William F., M.D., CM., 7 St. James place — house do. 
Gibson, Alexander, butcher, 15 Old Sneddon street — house 3 

Kerr street 
Gibson, Andrew, tinsmith and sheet iron worker, 11 Nethercommon 
Gibson, Andrew, & Son, bakers, restaurateurs, and pm'veyors, 98 High 

street ; telephone No. 223 (see advt.) 
Gibson, Andrew, of Andrew Gibson & Son — house Ellenlea, 

Glasgow road 
Gibson Brothers & Co., curtain manufacturers and embroiderers of 

textile fabrics, St. Mirren's mills, 153 George street, and 

Godliman street, London 
Gibson, Chas., Robert, of Gibson, Brothers & Co. — house 26 Sar- 
dinia terrace, Glasgow 
Gibson, David, boot and shoe manufacturer, 109 Causeyside — ho 

George place 
Gibson, George, School Board inspector, 5 County place— house 31 

St. James street 
Gibson, James, at Adam Hamilton & Sons, 3 M'Intyre place 
Gibson, John Robert, M.D., D.Ph., F.F.P.S. Glasgow, consulting 

room, 23 Broomlands street — house 20 Storie street 
Gibson, J. H., of Hatchard & Gibson — house 18 Moss street 
Gibson, John, George place house 
Gibson, John, of Andrew Gibson & Son, 98 High street — house 13 

Greenlaw avenue 
Gibson, Matthew Orr, of Gibson Bros. & Co. — ho. 26 Sardinia 

terrace, Glasgow 
Gibson & Reid, dyers and French cleaners, Paisley dyeworks, 

Lacy street — receiving office 84 High street; tele. No. 220 (see 

advt.) 
Gibson, Mrs. Robert, grocer, 22 Causeyside — house 21 Causeyside 
Gibson, Mrs. W. H., teacher of music, 5 Townhead buildings 
Gibson, William, at Clark & Co.'s, Ltd. — house 10 St. James st. 



68 PAISLEY DIKECTORY. 

Gibson, "William H., cabinetmaker and upholsterer, 49 High street 

— house Townhead terrace 
Gibson, William, tailor and clothier, 24 Lady lane 
Gibson, William K., of Gibson & Reid — house Woodburn, 

Arkleston road 
Gibson, Miss, milliner, 82 Seedhill road 
Gibson, Mrs., confectioner and fruiterer, 24 Great Hamilton street 

— house do. 
Giffen, Elizabeth Rose, Central school — house 5 Christie street 
Gilbert, James, picture frame maker, 4 Neilston street 
Gilchrist, John, of Robertson & Gilchrist — ho. 44 So. Portland 

street, Glasgow 
Gilchrist, John, of Clark & Co. — house Woodside, Cove 
Gilchrist, Mrs. Robert, draper, 6 Moss street — house 8 High street 
Gillan, William, teacher Neilson Institution — ho. 28 Oakshaw 
Gillespie, Donald, grocer and provision merchant, 15 Moss street 

— house 5 Underwood road 
Gillespie, James, of J. & T. Gillespie — ho. 84 New Sneddon 
Gillespie, J. & T., builders, 84 New Sneddon and Carlile lane 
Gillespie, John, valuator, F.S.I., 82 New Sneddon 
Gillespie, John, of William Gillespie & Son — house Blackball 
Gillespie, Thomas J., of J. & T. Gillespie — house 84 New Sneddon 
Gillespie, William, & Son, slaters, slate and cement merchants, 82 

New Sneddon — branch 62 Fulbar street, Renfrew 
Gillies, Duncan, gardener to J. B. Lamb, Underwood cottage 
Gilmour, A., 7 Greenlaw avenue 

Gilmour, Allan, & Son, bakers, 144 George street — house do. 
Gilmour, Andrew, aerated water manufacturer, Weir street — house 

7 Greenlaw avenue 
Gilmour, Duncan, watchmaker and jeweller, 28 Old Sneddon street 

— house 3 Blythswood drive 
Gilmour, George, aerated water manufacturer, Weir street — house 

1 Christie street 
Gilmour, Hugh B., 1 Mansion house road 
Gilmour, H. B., of Gilmour & Co., drysalters, 17 Oswald street, 

Glasgow — house 1 Mansion house road 
Gilmour, James, carting contractor, 3 Cameron street — house 1 do. 
Gilmour, Mrs. James, farmer, Fulbar 
Gilmour, James, grocer and provision merchant, 67 Causeyside — 

house Braemar, Potterhill 
Gilmour, James, commission agent, 1 Mansion house road 
Gilmour, Jane, confectioner, 64 Broomlands — house do. 
Gilmour, John, aerated water manufacturer. Weir street and North 

Croft — house Blackball (see advt.) 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 69 

Gilmour, Miss, music teacher, 15 High street 

Gilmour Street Railway Station, County place — Stewart M'Cowatt, 

stationmaster, and agent for the Railway Passengers' Assurance 

Co. — house 1 Underwood road 
Gilmour, Thomas, butcher, 111 New Smithhills street — house 11 

New Smithhills 
Gilroy, Janet, confectioner, 9 Lylesland 
Gilroy, Mrs., Crossflat house 
Giltrap, Henry, waiter, 13 Cochran street 
Ginn, John, church officer of George Street Baptist Church — ho. 

13 Lady lane 
Ginn, Mrs. W., 22 High street 

Girdwood, Mary, teacher, Williamsburgh school — house 27 Broom- 
lands 
Gird wood, R., wright, 28 Broomlands — house 27 Broomlands 
Gladstone, Robert, at Alexander Gardner's — house 1 Woodside place 
Glasgow, Charles & Co., coachbuilders, painters, decorators of halls, 

&e. — works 22 New Smithhills — house Welling'ton cottage, 

Caledonia street 
Glasgow, James, of Campbell & Calderwood — house Fernlea, 

Greenock road 
" Glasgow Citizen" (Evening and Weekly) Office, 8 Gilmour street — 

W. R. Carter, reporter and agent — house 55 Caledonia street 
"Glasgow Evening News" Branch office, 16 Moss street — agent 

and reporter, William Peden — house 5 Whitehaugh terrace ; 

telephone No. 258 
" Glasgow Record " Branch Office, 25 Moss street — agent, W. 

Cochran, jr. ; reporter, W. A. Paterson 
" Glasgow Herald " (Daily and Weekly) and "Evening Times" 

Branch office, 3 County place — reporter and agent, Albert S. 

Skinnider ; publishing and advertising clerk, C. Jago Gregg ; 

telephone No. 161 
" Glasgow N. B. Mail " (Daily and Weekly)— branch office, 4 

County place — reporter and agent, David M'Laren 
Glasgow & Go van Boot Repairing Co., boot and shoemakers, 

11 Gauze street, 8 Broomlands, 9 Old Sneddon, 151 George 

street, 16 Neilston road, 30 Causeyside, and 26 Williams- 
burgh — manager, Thompson Totton 
Glasgow Tramways & Omnibus Co. (Ltd.), 2 County place, 6 Old 

Sneddon street, and Terrace buildings 
Glassford, Henry, teacher. East Public School — house 39 Mill street 
Glassford, J. E., draper and clothier, 98 Causeyside — house 36 do, 
Gleghorn, Andrew, horse shoer and general smith, 2 Smithhills — ■ 

ho. 12 Abercorn street 



70 PAISLEY DIRECTORY, 

Glen, Allan, sen., tailor and clothier, 6 George street 

fGrlen, Allan, tailor and clothier, 138 George street — ho. 15 Argyle 

street 
Glen, Allan, jun., traveller to Brown & Poison — house 1 Crossflat 

crescent 
Glen, Agnes, fishmonger, 34 Gauze street — house 6 George street 
Glen, James, draper, 9 Broomlands — house 28 Ferguslie 
Glen, Mrs. R., confectioner and tobacconist, 81 Causejside 
Glen, Thomas, fiesher, 36 Broomlands — house 78 do. 
Glencross, A., furnishings, 9 Lady lane 
Glenfield Starch works, Maxwellton 

Gleniffer Laundry, Lylesland — A. Bell & Sons. Ltd., proprietors — 
orders for vans to call, received at 6 Gilmour st. ; 47 Causey- 
side ; or at the Laundry. Telephone No. 126. (See advt.) 
Gleniffer Soap Co., soap manufacturers, Gleniffer Soap works, 

Lonend — Glasgow office Bishop street. Port Dundas 
Glennie, D. G., accountant, Union Bank — house 1 Park terrace 
Globe Hotel, 92 High street — W. Daniel, proprietor 
Glover, John, of Glover & Hardie — house 7 Buchanan ter. 
Glover, M. & M., milliners, 44 Moss street — house 7 Buchanan 

terrace 
Glover, Thomas, printer and stationer, 11 Moss street (opposite 

County square) — house 3 Buchanan terrace 
Glover & Hardie, manufacturers and warehousemen, 109 Causeyside 
Glover, William, plumber, tinsmith, and ironmonger, 19 High 

street — house 57 Canal street 
Gold, Mrs., grocer, 14 Storie street — house do. 
Goldie, John, tailor and clothier, 83 High street 
Good Templar Hall, entrance by Dyers' Avynd and Terrace — 

keeper Robert Martin, 20 Sandholes (see advt.) 
Goodwin, Bella, dress and mantle-maker, 3 Whitehead street 
Gordon, George, 1 Gordon place. King street (west) 
Gorman, Mrs. P., broker, 13 New Smithhills 
Gorrod, James G., with J. & P. Coats — house 28 Ferguslie 
Gorse, R. C, foreman to Isdale & M' Galium — house 10 Hill view pi. 
Goudie, Alexander, burgh officer, dean of guild court officer, and 

caretaker, Municipal buildings — house do. 
Goudie, George, carriage-hirer, 47 Mill street — house 44 do., Tele- 
phone No. 271. 
Goudie, Humphrey, carriage hirer, 3 King street (west) 
Goudie, James, bookseller, stationer, and newsagent, 24 High st — 

house 2 Church place 
Goudie, James, jun., at Ja. Caldwell, Muir, & Caldwell's — house 2 
Church place 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 71 

Goudie, John, of Hunter & Goudie — house 39 Mill street 

Goudie, Mrs. John, Newton, Arkleston road 

Goudie, John C, collector, Town Chamberlain's office — house 2 

Church place 
Goudie, Mrs., 1 Buchanan terrace 
Goudie, William, of Kirkwood & Goudie — house 5 Mavisbank 

terrace, Blackball 
Gowdie, Frank, of John Bowes & Gowdie — house 18 Sandholes 
Govan, Misses, dressmaker, 16 Gilmour street 
Graham, Alex., brewer, at Sacell Brewery — ^house Cruach Lussa, 

Castlehead 
Graham, Arthur F., of Welsh & Graham — house 5 Lonend 
Graham, A. Forrest, of Sacell Brewery Co. — house Cruach Lussa, 

Castlehead 
Graham, Angus, cowfeeder, 19 New Smithhills — house do 
Graham, James, grocer and provision merchant, 70 Love street 
Graham, John, 5 Lonend 
Graham, John, tailor and clothier, 18 Moss street — -house 105 

Causeyside 
Graham, J., designer, 11 Ferguslie 
Graham, John A., M.B., CM., 3 Garthland place 
Graham, Marshall, salesman at W. Forrester's, 1 Broomlands — 

house 6 West street 
Graham, Mrs. John, Oakbank, 43^ Oakshaw street 
Graham, Robert, of T. & R. Graham — house 19 Patrick street, 

Greenock, and Duntrune, Kirn 
Graham, Robert, sub-manager, 2 Ferguslie buildings 
Graham, Robert D., clerk at Union Bank of Scotland (Limited) — 

house 19 Greenhill road 
Graham, T. & R., lithographers, engravers, and colour printers, 4 

Bridge street 
Graham, Thomas, M.D., 3 Garthland place 
Graham, Thomas, confectioner, 6 Storie street — house do. 
Graham, The Misses, ladies' school, 3 Royal terrace — house 3 

Garthland place 
Grant, Donald, stationmaster St. James station — ho. 19 Green- 
hill road 
Grant, James, church officer of Abbey Close LT.P. Church, 23 

Abbey street 
Grant, William, foreman to B. R. T. — house 1 Crossflat terrace 
Grant, Donald, 21 High street 

Gray, Agnes, confectioner, 1 Douglas terrace — house do. 
Gray, Archibald, foreman to M'Kenzie Bros. — house 18 Greenhill rd. 
Gray, David, of John M'Nair & Co. — house 54 Storie street 



72 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 

Gray, Mrs., tobacconist and newsagent, 51 High street 

Gray, Hugh, keeper of Oakshaw Memorial hall — house 42 

Wellmeadow 
Gray, James, at Bow, M'Lachlan, & Co.'s — ho. 48 Love street 
Gray, John H., traveller to Thomas Hill, grain merchant — house 44 

Mill street 
Gray, Mrs. J., matron Abbey Poorhouse and Asylum 
Gray, Robert, Howwood, Beith, and Paisley carrier — quarters 91 

Causeyside 
Gray, Thomas, farmer, Oldbar 
Gray, Thomas B., cashier to Ronald, Jack, & Co. — house 5 

Buchanan terrace 
Green, J. & C, van and lorry builders ; goods entrance, 3 Bridge 

street (North) ; workshop entrance, Seedhill walk — house 43 

Mill street 
Green, Mrs., broker, 67 George street 

Green, Mrs., confectioner and fruiterer, 46 George street — ho. do. 
Green, John H., fishmonger, 18 Lawn street — house 2 Whitehead 

street 
Greenfield, John, retired teacher — house Netherpark, Calside 
Greenlees, Alexander, of A. & J. W. Greenlees — house Corryville, 

Calside 
Greenlees, A. & J. W., yarn and cloth agents, 13 Causeyside — 

house Corryville 
Greenlees, James, & Sons, boot and shoemakers, 21 High street 
Greenlees, James, of James Greenlees & Sons — ho. 30 St. Vincent 

crescent, Glasgow 
Greenlees, James AY., of A. & J. W. Greenlees — house Corryville^ 

Calside 
Greenlees, Jane, confectioner and newsagent, 10 Old Sneddon 
Greenlees, Matthew & Son, manufacturers, 167 George street 
Greenlees, Matthew, of Matthew Greenlees & Son — ho. Edgehill, 

Castlehead 
Greenlees, Robert, at M. Greenlees & Son's — house Park place, 

Calside 
Greenlees, Thomas, manufacturer, 22 Montrose street, Glasgow — 

house Nether ton, Castlehead 
Greenlees, Thos., jnnr., manufacturer, 22 Montrose street, Glasgow 

— house Newark, Castlehead 
Gregorson, William, & Co., spindle and flyer manufacturers, 51 

High street — house Clyde view^ Largs 
Gregg, C. Jago, publishing and advertising clerk, Glasgow Herald 

and Evening Times — house 2 Unsted place 
Gregg, J,, fruiterer, 28 Causeyside — ho. 9 Camphill 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 73 



Gregg, Samuel, manager with Alex. Jebb & Sohs — house 1 Stan- 
more terrace, Mount Florida 

Grierson, E., & Co., carting contractors, Glasgow and Paisley- 
Joint Railway Company, Greenlaw Goods Station 

Guthrie, E., draper and hosier. 67 Broomlands 

Guthrie, David, fishdealer, 17 Incle street 

Guthrie, Miss, 1 Orr square 

Guthrie, Mungo, working jew^eller, 1 Old Smithhills 

Guthrie, Robert, & Co., manufacturers, 2 Causeyside 

Guthrie, Wm., of R. Guthrie & Co. — house 20 Glenview, Barterholm 

HADDOW, Mrs. Agnes, grocer, 26 Williamsburgh — house do. 

Hair, Hugh, inspector of railways, 4 Whitehead street 

Hair, James, feuar, 70 Canal street 

Hair, Robert, bootmaker, 26 Storie street 

Haldane, T. Fred., of Cartvale Chemical Co., Ltd. — house Eastlea, 

Hawkhead road 
Halden, Miss, dress and mantlemaker, 109 Causeyside — house 4 

Buchanan terrace 
Hall, Rev. David, minister of Mossvale U.P. Church — house 9 

Buchanan terrace 
Halliday, John, carting foreman G. & S.-W. Railway, Greenlaw 

goods station — house 17 Sandholes 
Hamil, Joseph, assistant reporter, N.B. Daily Mail^ County Place 

—house 16 Castle street 
Hamil, William, furnisher, 117 George street — house 54 Broom- 
lands street 
Hamilton, Adam, & Sons, bleachers, dyers, and finishers. Black- 
land mill ; telephone No. 70 
Hamilton, Alexander, bookkeeper with P. Henderson & Co., 15 

St. Vincent street, Glasgow — house Briardale, Hawkhead rd. 
Hamilton, Alexander, dairy, Alton, Glasgow road 
Hamilton, Alexander, dairyman, 1 Barr street, 71 Canal street, and 

1 Lylesland 
Hamilton, Alexander, clothier, 3 George street — house 1 George 

place 
Hamilton, Alexander, draper, 16 Wellmeadow — house do. 
Hamilton, Alexander, of Hamilton & Thomson — ho. 2 Gordon place 
Hamilton, Andrew, house factor, accountant, and insurance agent, 

93 High street — house 5 Underwood road (see advt.) 
Hamilton & Co., clothiers, 80 High street — house Cross house, 

Lochwinnoch 
Hamilton, David, teacher, Neilson Institution — house Belle-vue, 

Meikleriggs 



74 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 

Hamilton, Ed., at Master of Works office, Municipal buildings — 

house 9 Lady lane 
Hamilton, Elizabeth, restaurateur, 32 Broomlauds— house do. 
Hamilton, George, flesher, 16 Neilston road — house 32 Carriagehill 
Hamilton, George, Blackland 
Hamilton. George, wine and spirit merchant, 105 George street — 

house 3 Whitehaugh terrace 
Hamilton, George, jun., of Adam Hamilton & Sons — ho. Whiteleigh 
Hamilton, George, Barrhead and Neilston carrier, at E. O. Craw- 
ford's, 16 Gilmour street — headquarters, 91 Causeyside 
Hamilton, George, greengrocer, 29 Castle street 
Hamilton, Hugh, teacher of English, French, Latin, Arithmetic 

and Bookkeeping — private academy 4 Bank street 
Hamilton, Hugh, accountant and auditor, 4 Bank street 
Hamilton, Hugh F., at George Dobie & Son — house 4 Bank St. 
Hamilton, James, cowfeeder, 58 Causeyside — house do. 
Hamilton, James, at J. M. Symington's — house 3 Lylesland terrace 
Hamilton, James, traveller to Brown & Poison — house Netherpark, 

Calside 
Hamilton, James F., accountant at Royal Bank, Glasgow — house 

81 Broomlands 
Hamilton, Jessie, 10 Sandholes 

Hamilton, Jessie, of J. Hamilton & Co., 2 tJuion street 
Hamilton, J., & Co., embroiderers, 2 Union street 
Hamilton, J. F., yarn salesman, 1 Janefield place 
Hamilton, J. M., confectioner, 32 Canal street 
Hamilton, J. S. L., at Central Agency, Ltd., Glasgow — house 44 

Oakshaw street 
Hamilton, Mrs., Caradon, Hawkhead road 
Hamilton, Miss M., fancy goods merchant, 93 Causeyside — house 

26 George street 
Hamilton, Miss, tobacconist, 18 Causeyside — house 3 Johnston st. 
Hamilton, Mrs., confectioner, 71 Canal street 
Hamilton, Mrs. Robert, baker, 55 Causeyside — house do. 
Hamilton, Robert, grocer, and wine, spirit, and provision merchant, 

5 Carriagehill — house 133 George street 
Hamilton, Robert, of Burnet & Hamilton — house 133 George st. 
Hamilton, Robert, house factor and shipping agent, 43 Lady lane 

— house 9 Douglas street (see advt.) 
Hamilton, Robert A., aichitect, 93 High st. — ho.- 21 Caledonia st. 
Hamilton & Thomson, bakers, 18 Broomlands 
Hamilton, William, machine agent, 146 George street 
Hamilton, William, dyer and cleaner, 2 North Bridge street — house 

1 Unstead place 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 75 

Hanclasycle, C. H., of C. H. Handasyde & Co. — house Craigesk, 

Dalkeith 
Handasyde, C. H. & Co., oil merchants and manufacturers, Aber- 

coru Oil works, Macfarlane street. Racecourse road, and at 

Dean Oil works, Dalkeith 
Hanna, Donald, & Wilson, engineers and gas apparatus manufac- 
turers, Abbey works, 23 New Sneddon ; Atlas works, 17 

Back Sneddon ; Abercorn Shipbuilding yard, Abercorn street ; 

and Abercorn foundry. North Croft 
Hannah, Henry, chemist and druggist, 44 Moss St. — ho. 1 Caledonia 

stree 
Hannah, John, traveller at J. W. Filshill's — house 1 Caledonia st. 
Hannah, William, of Hawson & Hannah — house 48 Love street 
Hannah, William, & Sons, furniture dealers, 80 High street — house 

3^ George street 
Hannan, Jno. R., grocer and provision merchant, 101 Causeyside 

street — house 5 Park terrace, Underwood road 
Haran, A. B., of N. G. Haran & Sons — house 8 Blackball 
Haran, James, of N. G. Haran & Sons — house 8 Blackball 
Haran, J. N., of N. G. Haran & Sons — house 83 Seedhill road 
Haran, N. G., & Son, registered plumbers, gasfitters, and sanitary 

engineers — workshop 15 Causeyside 
Hardcastle, John, fishmonger, 26 Causeyside — ho. 26 Well st. 
Hardie, John, feuar, 13 Williamsburgh 
Hardie, John, M.A., teacher, Grammar school — house Tinaburn 

villa, Glasgow road 
Hardie, M. N., watchmaker and optician, 26 Causeyside street — 

house 5 Calside place 
Hardie, Robert, of Glover & Hardie — house 7 North street 
Hardie, Thomas, foreman moulder to Fullerton, Hodgart, & Bar- 
clay Limited — house 9 Abbey terrace 
Harding, Charles, chief constable of Renfrewshire, chief constable's 

office. County buildings — house 149 Eldon street, Greenock 
Harley, John M., manager at Brown & Poison's — house Falside 

cottage 
Harper, Alexander, baker, 43 Caledonia street — house 51 do. 
Harper, Andrew, 1 Hamilton street 

Harper, David C, of David Carswell & Son — ho. 3 Mansfield pi. 
Harper, Frank, clerk. Canal Goods Station — house 9 Whitehead st. 
Harper, Henry, tailor, clothier, and hatter, 52 High street, and 

Victoria Clothing Co., 17 Moss street — house 50 Causeysidest. 
Harper, Hugh, of James Wood & Co., coal merchants — house Oak- 

shawhead 
Harper, Mrs., confectioner and grocer, 99^ George street — ho. do. 



76 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 

Harris, Alexander, Campliill 

Harris, H., brushmaker, 26 Causeyside — house do. 

Harris, Robert, Wellcroft, East Greenlaw 

Harris, William, watchmaker, jeweller, and optician, 19 High street 
— house do. 

Hart, George, of Hart, Abercrombie & Lang, writer, notary public 
and Procurator Fiscal of Reuf reAvshire at Paisley, 23 Moss street 
and Sheriff Court-house, St. James street — ^liouse Deanside, 
Craw road 

Hart, Abercrombie & Lang, writers and notaries public, 23 Moss 
street 

Hart, Maggie, L.L.A., teacher, Grammar School — house Dean- 
side 

Hart, Mina, teacher, Grammar School — house Deanside 

Hart, Mrs. Archibald, wine and spirit merchant, 3 St. James street 
— house 5 do. 

Hart, Robert, of William Teacher & Sons, Glasgow — ^house 8 
Greenlaw avenue 

Hart, Robert, spirit merchant, 1 Carriagehill — house Wester Car- 
riagehill 

Hart, Thomas, family grocer and wine merchant (and agent for 
W. & A. Gilbey, Limited), 6 George street — house 5 Green- 
law avenue 

Hart, William, wine and spirit merchant, 52 Storie street — house 6 
South Orr street 

Hartland, Edmond, inspector of works with Doulton & Co., Ltd. — 
house 9 Whitehaugh terrace 

Harvey, James, & Co. Ltd., wine and spirit merchants, 2 King 
street, Saucel 

Harvey, John, of A. Bell & Sons — house 2 Janefield place 

Harvey, Robert, jun., spirit merchant, 23 Williamsburgh — house 
The Cottage, 24 Williamsburgh 

Harvie, Lizzie Pattison, Stevenson Street School — house Loanfoot, 
Neilston 

Hasting, John, mill foreman, 3 Ferguslie buildings 

Hatchard & Gibson, tailors and clothiers, 1 8 Moss street 

Hawley, John, surveyor's clerk. Inland Revenue office, 8 St. 
Mirren street — house Peveril, Whitehaugh drive 

Hawson & Hannah, sawmillers and boxmakers, Shortroods Saw- 
mills, Springbank road 

Hawson, William, of Hawson & Hannah — house 2 Buchanan ter., 
Greenock road 

Hay, G. B., badge porter, Gilmour street station — house 33 Lady 
lane 



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Hay, George, passenger agent, G. & S.-W. Ry. Canal station ; 
agent for the Norwich and London Insurance Co. — residence 
Station house 

Hay, James, of Robert Hay & Son, clerk and treasui-er to St. 
George's Church Ecclesiastical Trustees, and agent for the 
Caledonian Insurance office and County Fire office, 10 Hio-h 
street — house Barshaw cottage, Arkleston road 

Hay, Matthew B., Ladies' and Children's Hat Cleaner, 22 Hi^^h 
street — ho. do. 

Hay, R. Blair, B.L., writer, agent for the Caledonian and the 
Royal Life and Fire Insurance Co., and secretary and trea- 
surer of Greenlaw Parish Church, 14 Moss street — house 
Barshaw cottage. 

Hay, Robert, & Son, stationers, account-book makers, lithographers, 
engravers, printers, and manufacturers of design or point 
paper, 10 High street (see advt.) 

Hayes, Charles, drawing master, Technical College — house 25 St. 
James street 

Hayes, Mrs. William, bookseller and stationer, 8 St. James place 

house do. 

Heiton, Robert F., at Smith Bros. & Co.'s — house 11 Argyle st. 

Hellyer, John T., Inland Revenue officer — house Croftdene, Hawk- 
head road 

Henderson, Alexander Edward, advocate, sheriff-substitute of Ren- 
frew and Bute at Paisley — residence Ormlie, Bridge of Weir 

Henderson, Andrew P., bookkeeper to R. & J. P. Kerr — house 22 
King street 

Henderson & Agnew, hosiers and furnishers, 102 Causeyside 

Henderson, Catherine T., L.L.A., teacher, Camphill School — house 
49 Love street 

Henderson, George, mason and builder, 21 Oakshaw street 

Henderson, James, sub-manager at J. & P. Coats, Ltd. — house 43 
George street 

Henderson, John, draper, 40 George street — house do. 

Henderson, John, grocer and provision merchant, 12 New Sneddon 
street — house 12 Cochran street 

Henderson, John, fruiterer, 1 Old Smithhills and 78 Causeyside 

house 1 Old Smithhills 

Henderson, John, florist and fruiterer, 29 Caledonia street — house 
29 do. 

Henderson, Mary, teacher, Williamsburgh School — ho. 15 Oakshaw 

Henderson, Mrs., toys and confections, 12 Gauze street 

Henderson, Mrs., confectioner, 5 Mill street 

Henderson, Mrs., of Henderson & Agnew — house 102 Causeyside 



78 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 

Heuderson, Rev. Alex. C, M.A., B.D., minister of Free Christian 

Church — house 3 Andrews terrace 
Henderson, Rev. Andrew, LL.D., F.R.A.S., minister of Abbey 

Close U.P. Chnrch — house Ashgrove, Castlehead 
Henderson, William, measurer, of Daniel Duff & Henderson, 68 

West Regent street, Glasgow — ho. Ardenvohr, Hawkhead road 
Hendrie, Mrs. Robert, grocer and wine merchant, 50 Caledonia 

street — house 1 Tannahill place 
Hendry, James, farmer, Thornly farm 
Hendry, Robert, wine and spirit merchant, 12 Old Sneddon street 

— house 6 Garthland street 
Hendry, Robert, of Stewart & Hendry, 20 Glen street 
Hendry, W. D., messenger-at-arms, 4 Moss street — ^ho. 2 Crossflat 

crescent 
Henry & Gait, ironfounders, Sneddon Foundry, 89& 90 New Sneddon 

street 
Henry, James, warehouseman with Wm. Cochran & Co., 6 and 7 

Causeyside — house 2 Great Hamilton street 
Henry, John, tailor, 11 Broomlands 
Henry, Thomas, 1 Hamilton street 

Hep worth, Joseph, & Son, Ltd., clothing manufacturers, 90 High st. 
Herd, Alexander H., grocer and provision merchant, 5 George st. 

— house 164 George street 
Herd, Alex., of Herd & Buchanan, 36 Old Sneddon street — house 

27 Glen street 
Herd & Buchanan, plumoers and gasfitters, 36 Old Sneddon street 
Herd, John, plumber and gastitter, 4 Cotton street — house 10 

Cochran street 
Herd, Robert, grocer, 18 Stock street 
Heron, J. R., tobacconist and hairdresser, 45 High street— house 

5 M'Kerrell street 
Hesketh, Charles, criminal sergeant of County Police, County bdgs. 
Higgin, George, provision dealer, 16 Lawn street— ho. 2 Gauze st. 
Highgate, David, of Hugh Highgate & Co. — house Mossgiel, 

Blairmore 
Highgate, Henry G., of John Highgate & Co. 
Highgate, Hugh, & Co., oil, grease, and tallow refiners, Greenhill 

Oil works, Murray street 
Highgate, Hugh, of Hugh Highgate & Co. — house Blairmore 

house, Blairmore 
Highgate, John, & Co., timber merchants, saw-millers, and box- 
makers, Caledonia Sawmills, Murray street and Baltic Saw- 
mills, Macdowall street 
Hill, Alexander, slater, 135 George street — house 33 George street 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 79 

Hill, George, warehouseman at Coates Bros. Ltd. — house 16 New 

Stock street 
Hill, John, shoemaker, 3 Garthland street — ho. 15 Kilnside road 
Hill, John, grocer and provision merchant, 102 George street — 

house do. 
Hill, Kate, teacher, Ferguslie Public School— ho. 2 Tannahill place 
Hill, R. & J., grain merchants, 44 Well street — house 9 Argyle st. 
Hill, Robert, grocer, 11 Gauze street— house 30 Kilnside road 
Hill, Sarah, draper, 100 George street — ho. 102 do. 
Hill, Thomas, grain merchant, 102 George St. — ho. 9 Argyle St. 
Hillcoat, Daniel, foreman brickmaker with Thomas M'Kaig — house 

28 Love street 
Hillcoat, Gavin, brickburner, Nethercommon 
Hillcoat, William, brickbuilder, 3 Russell street — hjouse do- 
Hindle, John, trainer St. Mirren F.C., 3 Albion street 
Hirst, J. 0., ground keeper and professional cricketer, the Pavilion, 

Meikleriggs — house 1 Thistle street 
Hislop, Alexander, wine and spirit merchant, 10 Moss street — house 

43 High street 
Hislop, George R., F.C.S., engineer, and manager of Gas works — 

Gas works house, Blackstoun road — telephone No. 187 
Hodge, Thomas, accountant and stockbroker, 21 St. Vincent place, 

Glasgow ; telegraphic address " Hod., Glasgow ;" telephone 

No. 3429, Glasgow — house Woodville, Carriagehill drive 
Hodgson, Thomas, chaplain to Parish Council — ho. 56 Causeyside 
Hodgart, John, of Fullerton, Hodgart, & Barclay, Limited — house 

Linnsburn, Renfrew road 
Hodgson, Walter Nicholas, warehouseman with William Cochran 

& Co. — house 56 Causeyside 
Hoeck, Rev. Louis G., minister of New Jerusalem Church, George 

street — house Newtonville, Hawkhead road 
Hogart, Janet, teacher, Williamsburgh School — ho. 39 Mill street 
Hogarth, James, clubmaster. The Club, 100 High street 
Hogg, Andrew, at J. B. Lamb's, 12 High street 
Hogg, Archibald, cashier, Seedhill Finishing Company — house 1 

M'Kerrell street 

Hogg, John, writer, 13 Moss street — house 6 Buchanan terrace 
Hogg, Thomas, head gardener at Woodside house, 9 Wilson street 
Hogg, William, contractor, Harbour lane — ho. 5 New Sneddon 
Hollis, John, engineer, 3 Wallace street — house 1 do. 
Hollis, Miss Maggie, fruiterer and confectioner, 92 New Sneddon 

street — house 3 Cart street 
Hollis, Walter G., clerk to T. Gow Smith — ho. 30 New Sneddon st 
Holmes, Alexander, baker, 24 Causeyside — house 9 School Wynd 



80 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 



Holms, Archibald C, Sandyford 

Holms, Frederick Campbell, law clerk at M'Innes, M'Kenzie & 

Lochhead, 7 Gilmour street — house Sandyford 
Holms, John, M.D., physician and surgeon, 21 Wellmeadow and 24 

Gauze street — house Priorscroft house, 50 High street 
Holms, John A., Sandyford 
Holmes, Matthew, wine and spirit merchant, 72 Broomlands — 

house 20 John street 
Holmes, Mrs., Berlin wool warehouse, 97 High street — house 91 

High street 
Holms, Mrs. Archibald C, Sandyford 
Holmes, D. T., B. A. (Lend.), English Master, Grammar School — ho. 

Ingleholm, Bridge of Weir 
Holmes, Robert, tobacconist and newsagent, 28 Wellmeadow — 

house Woodside place, King street 
Holmes, Robert, confectioner, 72 Canal street — house do. 
Holmes, William, flesher, 21 Sandholes — house 15 Back Sneddon 
Holms, William, cowfeeder, 15 Back Sneddon 
Holms, William, Sandyford, Renfrew road 
Holroyd, A., organist of Free St. George's Church and teacher of 

music — house 31 Gauze street 
Holt, H., ladies' hatter, 30 High street, two stairs up 
Holt, H., fruit merchant, 30 High street 
Holt, James, general dealer, 3 Underwood lane — house do. 
Home Knitting Company, manufacturers of knitted hosiery, 2 

Causeyside street (see advt.) 
Hood, Ann, grocer, 1 East Buchanan street — house do. 
Hood, James, flesher, 54 George street — house 78 Broomlands st. 
Hood, James, wine and spirit merchant, 28 Back Sneddon — house 

43 Back Sneddon 
Hood, Miss Maggie, fruiterer and confectioner, 21 Broomlands — 

ho. 4 West Campbell street 
Hood, Mrs., confectioner, 17 Sandholes — house 78 Broomlands 
Hood, Thomas, spirit dealer, 15 Lawn street — house Todholm cottage 
Hood, Thomas, wine and spirit merchant, Todholm cottage 
Hood, W., china merchant, 10 Broomlands — house 78 do. 
Hopkins, Mrs. E., fruiterer, 21 Moss street 
Horgan, Rev. William, assistant, St. Mary's R.C. Chapel — house 

73 George street 
Horne, Mrs., dressmaker, 9 Orr square 
Home, Thomas, chemist and druggist, 18 Gilmour street — telephone 

No. 272 — house 7 Gateside 
Horushaw, Sergeant, janitor Drill Hall, High street 
Hosie Brothers, aerated water manufacturers, 36 Gordon's lane 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 81 

Hosie, William, of Hosie Brothers — house 78 Seedhill road 

House of Refuge for Females (washing and dressing) Victoria pi., 
Lady lane 

Hosiery Manufacturing Co., 18 Moss street 

Houston, Archibald,farmer,WestWalkinshaw,Greenockrd.,Linwood 

Houston, David, writer, 97 High street — house Parklea, Sunnyside 

Houston, Gavin, of G. & T. Houston — house 5 Maxwellton street 

Houston, Gr. & T., wrights, 5 Maxwellton street 

Houston, Harry, foreman warehouseman, 82 Seedhill road 

Houston, James, of Robin & Houston (Ltd,) — house Brisbane house, 
Bellahouston 

Houston, Miss, mantle maker — show-rooms 10 St. Mirren street 

Houston, Miss, dressmaker, 57 Canal street 

Houston, Mrs. , stationer and sub-post-office, 20 Glen street — ho. do. 

Houston, Mrs. John, shoemaker, 15 Old Smithhills — ho. 3 Hawk- 
head road 

Houston, Mrs. R., Parklea, Sunnyside 

Houston, R. S., of Robin & Houston Ltd. — ho. Eversdale, Hawk- 
head road 

Houston, Thomas, of G. & T. Houston — ho. Fernbank, Meikleriggs 

Houston, William F., veterinary surgeon, 8 Glen street and George 
street — house 26 St. James street 

Howard, J. T., of Howard & Reid — ho. 17 Neilston road 

Howard & Reid, cycle agents, 46 Old Sneddon street 

Howat, Robert, grocer and provision merchant, and wholesale 
agent for White's bleaching fluid and White's ammonia, 31 
Storie street — house 2 Mansfield place 

Howatson, R. B., Greenlaw drive 

Howe, Andrew, church officer of Original Secession Church — 
house 3 Johnston street 

Howie, James, 22 Underwood road 

Howie, Misses, dressmakers, 61 Storie street — house do. 

Hownam, Misses, dressmakers, 3 William street — house 4 Town- 
head terrace 

Hughes, Mrs., 8 Lylesland 

Hughes, Mrs. T., dressmaker, 41 Mill street 

Hume, David J., boot and shoemaker, 14 Underwood — ho. do. 

Hume, Thomas B., clerk. Post Office — house 15 Argyle street 

Hunter, Alexander, wine and spirit merchant, 32 George street — 
house 22 Argyle street 

Hunter, Arehibald, of Hunter & Goudie — house 13 Argyle street 

Hunter, Arthur, grocer, 11 Great Hamilton street — house do. 

Hunter, Clark, cooper and cask merchant, Park buildings, off 
Underwood lane — house do. 



82 PAISLEY DIEEOTOEY. 

Hunter, David, weigher, No. 1 Municipal weighing machine, St. 

James street — house 23 Glen street 
Hunter & Gouclie, plumbers and gasfitters, 5 Causeyside 
Hunter, James, grocer, 10 Glen street — house do. 
Hunter, James, refreshment rooms, 8 St. James place-— house 10 

Glen street 
Hunter, JohnBaird, M.D., CM., surgeon and oculist, 3 Smithhills — 

house 81 St. James street 
Hunter, John C, warehouseman at J. & P. Coats Limited — house 

Newhall, Meikleriggs 
Hunter, John K., house painter, 30 Wellmeadow — ho 31^ Oakshaw 

street 
Hunter, Mrs. John, Glenara, Meikleriggs 
Hunter, Joseph, spirit merchant, 120 George street — house do. 
Hunter, Mrs. Thomas, grocer and spirit merchant, 22 Great Hamilton 

street — house 7 Smith street 
Hunter, R. M., teacher of Spanish, 31 St. James street 
Hunter, Thomas, clothier, 52 Broomlands — ho. 18 W. Campbell st. 
Hunter, T. K., medical herbalist, 21 Old Sneddon street — house 31 

Belhaven street, Port- Glasgow (see advt.) 
Hunter, Walter M'D., cashier, Caledonian Railway Carting depart- 
ment — house 29 AVilliamsburgh 
Hussey, James S., gas meter inspector, 166 George street 
Hussey, Mary B., fruiterer, 65 Broomlands — ho. 166 George street 
Hutchison & Co., slaters and general contractors, 6 Wellmeadow and 

245 St. Vincent St., and 138 Cowcaddens, Glasgow (see advt.) 
Hutchison, D. T., plasterer and modeller, 6 Wellmeadow, and 245 

St. Vincent street, and 138 Cowcaddens, Glasgow — house 6 

Wellmeadow (see advt.) 
Hutchison, John, I. A., architect, 127 St. Vincent street, Glasgow 

— house Fairhill, Calside 
Hutcheson, J. C, clerk at J. & P. Coats, Ltd., Falside cottage 
Hutchison, Miss, 11 Greenlaw avenue 
Hutchison, Misses, Westside cottage, 3 Glen lane 
Hutchison, Mrs. Robert, boot and shoe manufacturer, 36 High 

street — house Hill cottage, Calside 
Hutchison, Robert, of William Hutchison, jun., & Co., George 

place — house Aldersyde, Craw road 
Hutchison, William, plasterer, 11 Glen lane — house 11 Glen street 
Hutchison, William, jun., & Co., scourers and stovers, George place 
Hutchison, William, writer, of MacRobert, Son, & Hutchison, 

joint-clerk to Paisley (Burgh) School Board — ho. Calside villa 
Hutchison, William, of William Hutchison, jun., & Co., Aldersyde> 

Craw road 



PAISLEY DIEECTORY. 8 J 



Hutton & Co.. manufacturers, 25 Thread street 

Hutton, Rev. Principal George Clark, D.D., minister of Canal street 

U.P. Church — -ho. Mount Pleasant 
Hutton, Violet, East lodge, Ralston 
Hutton, William, cook, confectioner, and purveyor, 5 Moss street 

(see advt.) 
Hyndman, Thomas, newsagent and stationer, 134 George street — 

house do. 

IMPERIAL (The) Glass and Glazing Co., 73 Broomlands 
Industrial School, Albion street — James Winchester, CM. 

• superintendent 
Infirmary, Bridge street 

Inglis, James, foreman at Brown & Poison's — ho. 6 M'Intyre place 
Inglis, James, traveller, 1 Janefield place 

Inglis, John, hatter and hosier, 81 High st. — ho. 22 Argyle street 
Inglis, John, joiner, 51 High street — house 5 Buchanan terrace 
Inglis, M. & E., milliners, 4 George street — house 2 George place 
Inglis, Mrs. John, grocer, 5 Mossvale street — ho. 5 Buchanan terr. 
Inglis, Robert A., 1 M'Kerrell street 
Ingram & Co., oil and grease manufacturers, Caledonia Oil works, 

Clark street 
Ingram, Archd. C. M., F.C.S., of Ingram & Co. — ho. Nethercommon 

cottage 
Inland Revenue Office, 8 St. Mirren street — supervisor, G. C. 

Suttie, Barholm, Arklestou road 
Innes, Andrew, assurance society collector — house 10 Phillips st. 
Innes, Elizabeth, teacher, South Public School — ho. 33 Gauze st. 
Innes, William, coal merchant, 26 Springbank road — house 13 

Mossvale lane 
Innes, William, assistant manager J. & P. Coats, Ltd., 7 Ferguslie 

buildings 
Ireland, William, fruiterer, 14 Gauze street — house do. 
Irvine, Frank, cashier to John Speuce & Sons — house Hafton, 

Calside avenue 
Irvine, James, grocer and provision merchant, 9 Moss street and 

23 Gauze street — house Gateflat house, E. Buchanan street 
Irvine, John, confectioner, 87 New Sneddon street 
Irvine, Julian, M.A., teacher. Grammar School — house 28 Oak- 

shaw street 
Isdale, James, of Isdale & M'Callum — house Nikko, The Bushes 
Isdale & M'Callum, soap manufacturers, Caledonia Soap works, 

Rowan street (see advt.) 
Isdale, Ralph, of Isdale & M'Callum — house Maryfield, Sunnyside 



84 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 

JAAP, John, sewing-machine, cycle, and fancy goods merchant, 15 

Wellmeadow, workshop and riding school, 12 High st. — house 

15 Wellmeadow 
Jack, David B., of James Jack & Son (Cross) — house Glencairn, 

Blackhall 
Jack, Elizabeth Lang, head mistress. Grammar school — house 33 

Oakshaw street 
Jack, James, & Son, family grocers, tea and wine merchants, 107 

and 108 High street (Cross) — house Glencairn, Blackhall 
Jack, J., assistant tailor. Kibble Reformatory — house 48 Caledonia 

street 
Jack, Peter, of Ronald, Jack, & Co. — house Castlehead 
Jack, Mrs., restaurant, 9 Rosebery place — house do. 
Jackson & Abercrombie, accountants, factors, and insurance agents ; 

joint- treasurers to the Burgh School Board and Paisley Heri- 
table Property Investment Society, 5 County place 
Jackson, Andrew, confectioner, 45 George street — house do. 
Jackson, James, of Jackson & Abercrombie — house 6 Calside 
Jackson, "Wm., pattern designer, Ronald, Jack, & Co. — house 5 

Buchanan terrace 
Jaffrey, John, at J. B. Lamb's — house Fairfield, Johnstone 
James, Wm. E., agent for Cowan & Co., Canal Goods Station — 

house 3 West Croft 
Jamieson, A., confectioner, 21 Maxwellton street 
Jamieson, James, foreman at James W. Coats, Marshall's lane — 

house 1 Hannay street 
Jamieson, James, shoe and slipper maker, 6 Lylesland 
Jamieson, John, fruiterer, 26 Well street 

Jamison, Matthew, George Temperance Hotel, 2 Old Smithhills 
Jamieson, William, fruiterer and confectioner, 23 Well street — 

house do. 
Jardine, Miss, dressmaker, 7 Gauze street 
Jardine, Robert, clerk with J. & P. Coats Ltd. — house Beechmont, 

Elderslie 
Jardine, Thomas, warper, 7 Gauze street 
Jarvie, James, dairyman, 21 Underwood road — house do. 
Jarvie, Misses, dressmakers, 77 High street — house do. 
Jebb, Alexander, & Sons, cabinetmakers and upholsterers, 18 High 

street 
Jeifrey, Charles, cashier to Wm. Poison & Co. — ho. Inglefield cot., 

Glasgow road 
Jeifrey, James, & Co., slaters, 84 New Sneddon street — house 13 

Maxwell street 
Johnson, Andrew, restaurateur, Abercorn bridge — house do. 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 85 

Johnston, Alexander, warehouseman at Clark & Co., Ltd. — house 

1 Glenview 
Johnston, Alexander, 17 Orchard street 
Johnston, Charles H., bar officer of the Sheriff Court and sheriff 

officer, Sheriff Court buildings and 23 School wynd — house 

5 Park terrace 
Johnston, C. H., & M'Laren, sheriff officers, 23 School wynd 
Johnstone, Andrew, gatekeeper to J. & P. Coats, Ltd. — house 6 

Thistle street 
Johnstone, Rev. David, minister of St. Columba Parish Church — • 

house Glenview, Potterhill 
Johnston, D. L., & Co., auctioneers and valuators, 26 and 27 Old 

Sneddon — house 34 George street 
Johnston, J. & G., corn flour and starch merchants, 28 Causeyside 
Johnston, James, spirit merchant, 36 Ferguslie — house do. 
Johnstone, James, distiller. Dean distillery, Edinburgh — house 

Glenpatrick, Elderslie 
Johnstone, James F., M.A., LL.B., writer, 8 Gilmour street — house 

Glenpatrick, Elderslie 
Johnstone, James Reid, restaurateur, 63 Broomlands — house 18 

Argyle street 
Johnston, John, of William Johnston & Co., — house Beauchamp, 

Love street 
Johnston, John Hart, manager to J. & G. Johnston — house 

Beauchamp 
Johnston, John, confectioner, 27 Love street — house do. 
Johnston, John, fruit merchant, 4 Bridge street — house 13 Thread 

street 
Johnstone, J. M., clerk at C. H. Handasyde & Co.'s — ho. M'Far- 

laue street, Racecourse road » 
Johnston, Robert, clerk, Union Bank — house 138 George street 
Johnstone, Mrs. Peter, 4 Gauze st. 

Johnston, Mrs., milliner, 8 Broomlands — house 5 Park terrace 
Johnstone, Miss, dressmaker, 4 Gauze street 
Johnston, William, & Co., buckram manufacturers, 4 Shuttle st. 
Johnston, William, 17 North Croft 
Johnston, Wm. D., of William Johnston & Co. — house Beauchamp 

KAY, James, china merchant and waste dealer, 24 George street 

— house 16 do. 
Kay, Janet, physician and surgeon, 100 High street 
Kean & Wardrop, mosaic and encaustic tile layers and marble 

workers, 167 Bath street, Glasgow — Telephone No. 292 

(see advt.) 



8G PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 

Kean, George, of Kean & Wardrop — ho. 167 Bath St., Glasgow 

Keating, Mrs. John, broker, 6 Old Sneddon — house do. 

Keay, Angus, & Allison, accountants, house factors, and insurance 

agents, 98 High street 
Keenan, Elizabeth, teacher, St. Catherine's R.C. school — house 

4 East Buchanan street 
Keenan, William, wholesale, butter and egg merchant, 15 Prussia 

street 
Keir, Andrew, clerk at J. & P. Coats Limited — house 3 Gladstone 

terrace 
Keir, Robert, hairdresser, 32 Wellmeadow — house 5 Greenhill rd. 
Keith, Adam, of Cochran & Keith — house 66 Love street 
Keith, Alexander, joiner, 3 Thread street — ho. 53 Caledonia street 
Keith, Miss, music teacher, 66 Love street 
Kelly, Adam, wine and spirit merchant, 2 St. James street — house 

31 Glen street 
Kelly, Alexander, plumber, 16 Causeyside — ho. 9-g- Stevenson street 
Kelly, Alexander, tailor, 18 Moss street — house do. 
Kelly, Andrew, assistant inspector, Burgh Parochial Board — house 

2 Phillips street 
Kelly, Andrew, jun., of Young & Kelly, coal merchants — house 66 

Love street 
Kelly, E., grocer, 22 Lawn street 
Kelly, James Y., family baker and pastry cook, 34 High street — 

house Knockrioch, Greenlaw drive 
Kelly, John, stationer and newsagent, 18 Neilston road — ho. 4 

Neilson street 
Kelly, Margaret, head teacher, St. Margaret's Convent School — 

house St. Margaret's Convent, East Buchanan street 
Kelly, Mrs. Margaret, confectioner and hardware merchant, 9 

Moucrieff street 
Kelly, William, grocer, 14 Underwood road 
Kelso, Archibald, of James Caldwell & Son — house 9 Gilmour 

street 
Kelso, Archibald, fruiterer and confectioner, 118 George sireet 
Kelso, James, fruiterer and confectioner, 66 Causeyside — house do. 
Kelso, Misses, dress and mantle makers, 49 High street 
Kelso, Thomas, cashier to Brown & Poison — house Laurel Bank 
Kelso, William W,, sanitary inspector, and inspector of cleansing, 

Municipal buildings — house 30 Oakshaw street 
Kemp, Daniel, chief draughtsman at Bow, M'Lachlan, & Co.'s — 

house 69 Prince Edward street, Crossbill, Glasgow 
Kennedy, Alexander, clerk, Fernside, Mary street 
Kennedy, Archibald, bootmaker, 88 Canal street — house do. 



PAISLEY DIRECTOEY. 87 

Kennedy, David, bootmaker, 15 Gauze street — ho. 7 M'Kerrell sL 

Kennedy, James, manager to Mackenzie Bros. — house Gateflat 
cottage, Renfrew road 

Kennedy, George, shoemaker, 6 West Croft street — house 2 East 
Croft street 

Kennedy, John, bread and biscuit baker, 31 High st., and 1 Cross- 
flat terrace — ho. Dunure, Arkleston road 

Kennedy, John, janitor Ferguslie Pubhc School 

Kennedy, Jeanie, confectioner, 18 Springbank road — ho. do. 

Kennedy, VVilliam, confectioner, 14 Underwood road — ho. 13 do. 

Kent, George C, traveller to D. & J. M'Donald, tobacco manufac- 
turers — house 12 Hillview 

Kent, John, 12 Seedhill road 

Kernohan, John, bootmaker, 109 George street and 16 Wellmeadow 
— house 17 Queen street 

Kerr, A., fruiterer and florist, 19 Wellmeadow — ho. 13 Lady lane 

Kerr, Allan, manager to William Macintyre, jun., & Co. — house 
18 Causeyside 

Kerr, Archibald, salesman at Peter Robertson's — house 35 Great 
Hamilton street 

Kerr, Benjamin, 81 Seedhill road 

Kerr & Co. Limited, thread manufacturers. Underwood mills — 
telephone No. 256 

Kerr, David, of M'Gregor & Kerr — house Lilybank, Well street 

Kerr & Finlator, writers, 12 High street 

Kerr, Francis, fishmonger, 2 Storie street 

Kerr, George, sub-manager, J. & P. Coats, Ltd., 16 Thistle terrace 

Kerr, Helen J., fruiterer, 28 New Smithhills — house 13 Lady lane 

Kerr, James, of R. & J. P. Kerr — house Dargavel, Bishopton 

Kerr, James, cashier to Bell & M'Lauchlan — he. 28 Back Sneddon 

Kerr, James P., draper, of Parlane & Kerr — ho. 10 Glenview, 
Barterholm 

Kerr, Janet, milliner, 21 Causeyside — house 5 Neilston street 

Kerr, John, clerk, National Bank — house 6 Buchanan terrace 

Kerr, Miss, Greenbank, Carriagehill drive 

Kerr, Mrs., fruiterer, 25 Argyle street 

Kerr, Mrs. John, mangling, 24 Lawn street 

Kerr, Mrs., wine and spirit merchant, 7 Glen street — house do. 

Kerr, Mrs. Peter, Gallovvhill house, Renfrew road 

Kerr, Mrs. Thomas, Camnethan villa, Arkleston road 

Kerr, Peter, hardware dealer, 15 Lawn street 

Kerr, Peter, & Son, heddle twine manufacturers. New Street Mills 

Kerr, P., & Son, thread manufacturers, New Street mills 

Kerr, R. & J. P., power-loom cloth manufacturers. Underwood Mills 



88 PAISLEY DIRECTOEY. 

Kerr, Robert, painter and decorator, 24 Gauze street — house 30 

Seedhill road 
Kerr, Robert, 14 Abbey street 

Kerr, Robert, of Kerr & Young — house 1 Mary street 
Kerr, Robert, farmer. East Fulton, by Johnstone 
Kerr, Thomas, of Kerr & Finlator — house 12 Greenlaw avenue 
Kerr, Thomas L., agent G. & S.W. Ry., Potterhill station — house 

station house 
Kerr, Walter, clerk. Canal Station G. & S. W. Railway — ho. 10 

Rosebery place 
Kerr, W., electrician, 21 Seedhill road 
Kerr, William, farmer, Linclive, by Linwood 
Kerr & Young, glaziers, 47 Old Sneddon street 
Kerr, Miss J., milliner, 39 AYellmeadow — ho. 18 Causeyside 
Ketcheu & Carnduff, furnishing ironmongers, 17 High street — 

telephone No 88 
Ketchen, John, of Ketchen & Carnduff, house 1 Queen Mary ave., 

Crossbill, Glasgow 
Keter, William, farmer, Bogside, Renfrew 
Kettles, James, warehouseman, 25 Stock street 
Kibble Reformatory, Greenock road 

Killin, Alexander, spirit merchant, 26 Gauze st. — ho. 7 Gauze St. 
Killin, Archibald, traveller to Brown & Poison's — house 4 White- 

haugh terrace 
Killock, John B., clerk. Parish Council Offiee — ho. 24 Stock street 
Killock, Krs., confectioner, 150 George street — house do. 
Kilpatrick, Alexander, funeral undertaker, 16 Abbey st. — ho. dj. 
Kilpatrick, Alexander H., slater, 40 Canal street — house 2 George 

place 
Kilpatrick, Archibald, district superintendent British Workmans 

and General Assurance Co., 105 High street — house do. 
Kilpatrick, Hugh, house painter and sign writer, 6 St. James place 

— house 9 Glen street 
Kilpatrick, James, of James Kilpatrick & Son, Dyers' wynd — ■ 

telephone No. 94a — house Briersdene, Mansion house road 
Kilpatrick, James B., plumber — house 2 Crossflat terrace 
Kilpatrick, James, & Son, plumbers and lead merchants and electrical 

engineers. Dyers' wynd and Terrace buildings — tele. No. 94 
Kilpatrick, Janet, dressmaker, 7 West Croft 
Kilpatrick, John, & Son, wrights and funeral undertakers, 16 

Abbey street — house do. ; telephone No. 242 (see advt.) 
Kilpatrick, John, of James KiljDatrick & Son, Dyers' wynd — house 

Inchdene, Greenlaw drive 
Kilpatrick, Mrs., dressmaker, 1 Crossflat crescent 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 89 

Kilpatrick, Thomas, slate and cement merchant, 40 Canal street, 

and at Glasgow — house Eastwood, Glasgow road 
Kilpatrick, William, hairdresser, 3 Bank street — house 1 Crossflat 

crescent 
King, Alexander, & Son, woollen and linen drapers, tailors and 

clothiers, 4 Gilmour street 
King, Alexander, butcher, 5 Broomlands street — house 2 do. 
King, James, dairyman, 14 High street 
King, Mrs. Agnes, Howrah cottage, Calside 
King, Robert, watchmaker, electro-plater, and jeweller, 9 Old 

Smithhills 
King, Walter, of A King & Son — house Wester Bushes, Blackland 

road 
Kinghorn, David, at C. H. Handyside & Co.'s, Abercorn Oil Works 

— house do. 
Kinmond, Sergt.-Major, William, Drill Hall — ho. 13 Argyle street 
Kirk, Alexander, letterpress printer, 27 Wellmeadow — house 2S 

Oakshaw street 
Kirk, George G., glazier, glass embosser, and painter, agent for 

Caledonian Plate Glass Insurance Co., 6 and 7 New Smithhills, 

and 7 and 9 Stockwell place, Glasgow — house 1a Laigh park 
Kirk, James, sub-manager, 3 Ferguslie buildings 
Kirk, John, glazier, 27 Wellmeadow 
Kirk, Mrs., 27 Wellmeadow 

Kirkwood, Alexander, baker, 22 Wellmeadow — hou.se do. 
Kirkwood, Baird, & Co., tapestry manufacturers. Blackball works 
Kirkwood, George, traveller to Hugh Lambie — ho. 23 Neilston road 
Kirkwood & Goudie, accountants, house factors, and insurance 

agents (successors to John Muir), 23 Moss street 
Kirkw^ood, Isaac, of Ritchie & Kirkwood — house Thornly park 
Kirkwood, James, spirit merchant, "21 Broomlands — house 22 do. 
Kirkwood, James, of Kirkwood, Baird, & Co. — ho. 22 Broomlands 
Kirkwood & M'Coll, dressmakers and drapers, 31 Causeyside 
Kirkwood, William, carting contractor, 134 George st. — ho. 133 do. 
Kirkwood, William, foreman at Mossvale Turning works — house 3 

Russell street 
Kirkwood, Wm., feuar. Primrose cottage, Carriagehill drive 
Kirkwood, William, water pipe layer. Municipal buildings — ho. do. 
Kirkwood, William L., of Kirkwood & Goudie — house Inverkeilor, 

Glasgow road 
Knight & Dundas, general clothiers and house furnishers. 111 

Causeyside 
Knight, Samuel H., of Knight & Dundas — house 5 Underwood rd 
Knox, Jeanie, dressmaker, 8 West Croft 



90 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 

Knox, W., gardener, 4 Blackball buildings 

Knox, Walter, funeral undertaker, 53 Storie st. — bo. do. (see advt.) 
Knox, William T., joiner, 39 Gordon's lane — house 22 Calside 
Kobn, B-es-L., Jacques, teacber. Grammar Scbool — bouse 7 Mona 

terrace, Gourock 
Kyle, Andrew, farmer, Muirbead, Elderslie 
Kyle, Robert, farmer, Laigb park 
Kyle, Mattbew, farmer, Selvieland, by Paisley 
Kyle, William, clerk to A. & J. W. Greenlees, 6 Wardrop street 
Kyles, James G., foreman witb James Boyd & Sons — bouse 3 

Bucbanau terrace 

LABORATORY of Science— conductor, J. M. B. Taylor, 109 

Causey side 
Laidlaw, M., traveller to R. Brown & Son — bouse 10 Campbill 
Laing, Artbur, clerk at Post Office — bouse 26 Caledonia street 
Laing, William, agent for Pbosnix, Britisb Legal and Edinburgb 

insurance companies — bo. 4 Newton street 
Laird, Alexander, salesman, 94 Higb street — bouse 5 Andrews st. 
Laird, Annie, cowfeeder, 3 Gartbland street 
Laird, George C, assistant engineer, Corporation Electricity Works 

— bouse Marcbmont, Port- Glasgow 
Laird, Joseph, cowfeeder, 12 Gauze street 
Laird, Maggie, dressmaker, 5 Greenlaw avenue 
Laird, Marion, cowfeeder, 37 Ferguslie 

Laird, Nellie, assistant, South Public Scbool — ho. 5 Greenlaw ave. 
Laird, William, of Robert Wilson & Laird — house 9 Greenlaw 

avenue 
Lamb, James Barr, LA., architect, surveyor, and measurer, 

licensed property valuator, and insurance agent, 12 Higb 

street — bouse Underwood cottage 
Lambie, Henry H., of Lang & Co. — house 3 New Stock street 
Lambie, Hugh, wholesale grocer, 5 vSilk street — house do. 
Lambie, James, warehouseman at Hugh Lambie's — house 6 Christie 

street 
Lambie, Marion, dressmaker, 8 George street — bouse 164 George st. 
liamout & Co., engineers and steam pump makers, Hawkhead 

Works, Hawkhead 
Landess, Robert, spirit merchant, 20 George street — house Ann- 
field place 
Lang, Alexander, 31 Higb street — ho. The Auld Hoose, Castlehead 
Lang, Andrew D. Cat James Boyd & Sons' — house 1 Kerr street 
Lang, Archibald, Kilnside dairy, 13 Kilnside road 
Lang, Arthur, farmer, Garneyland, by Incbinnan 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 91 

Lang, Benjamin, solicitor, secretary and treasurer to Renfrew- 
shire Agricultural Society, the Paisley Art Institute, the 
Paisley Art Union, and the Renfrewshire Association for the 
promotion of trade, clerk and law agent to the Cowfeeders' and 
Dairymen's Association, and hon secy, to Renfrewshire branch 
Agricultural Experiments Association, 94 High street — house 
Stanley view, Carriagehill drive 

Lang & Co., manufacturers, 6 Causeyside 

Lang, David, writer, Stanley view, Carriagehill drive 

Lang, Hugh, lath merchant, 36 Mill street — ho. 8 Phillips street 

Lang, James, of W. J. & W. Lang — house The Glen 

Lang, James, leather and india-rubber merchant and waterproof er, 
31 High street — house The Glen 

Lang, James, church officer of Free Martyrs' church, 9 Sandholes 

Lang, John, flesher, 55 Caledonia street — house 10 Glen lane 

Lang, John, sen., wine and spirit merchant, 78 High street — house 
Newhall, Glasgow road 

Lang, John, sen., spirit merchant, 110 George st. — ho. Newhall; 
Glasgow road 

Lang, John M., M.A., LL.B., writer, of Hart, Abercrombie & 
Lang — house 4 Orr square 

Lang, John, jun. , wine and spirit merchant, 20 Broomlands — ho. 27 do. 

Lang, Matthew, joiner, M'Gowu street — house 2 Buchanan terrace 

Lang, Mrs., furnishings, 18 George street 

Lang, Mrs., dairy, 1 Johnston street — house 2 do. 

Lang, Mrs. Jane, 1 Espedair 

Lang, Rev. A. Montgomerie, B.Sc, minister of High Parish church 
— house High Church manse 

Lang, Robert, warehouseman, 3 Mansfield place 

Lang, Robert, Avarper and skirting manufacturer, 8 Forbes place 
and Marshall's lane — house Stanley view, Carriagehill drive 

Lang, Robert, grain merchant, 4 Glen lane — house do. 

Lang, Thomas W., at Robert Lang's — house 50 Love street 

Lang, "W". J. & W., tanners, 1 and 2 Seedhill 

Lang, William, of W. J. & W. Lang — ho. 4 Orr square 

Lang, William, at Robert Lang's — house 4 Glen lane 

Lang, William, jun., of W. J. & W. Lang — house Holmhurst, 
Greenlaw avenue 

Laugmuir, Robert, potato merchant, 28 Causeyside — ho. 29 Causey- 
side street 

Langmuir, Walter, provision dealer, 19 Lawn street — house 1 
Crossflat crescent 

Lappan, Thomas, boot and shoemaker, 4 New street — house 30 
High street 



92 PAISLEY DIKECTORY. 

Lapsley, R. H., clerk to Fleming & Ferguson, Ltd. — house Moss- 
side place 
Lauclilan, John, 5 Hannay street 
Lauchlan, Robert, accountant, property and steamship agent — ■ 

office 13 Moss street ; house Roseneath, Glasgow road 
Lauchlan, Robert, plumber and gasfitter, 17 Saudholes — ho. do. 
Lauder, Jessie, fancy ^oods merchant, 98 Causeyside — house do. 
Lauder, Mrs. Thomas, draper, 30 AYell street 
Lauder, Thomas, wine and spirit merchant, 38 Moss street — house 

30 Well street 
Law, William, auctioneer, appraiser and valuator, 113 Causeyside 

— ho. 1 Alexandria place, Calside 
Law, Richard, 30 Broomlands 
Law, William, calenderer, 113 Causeyside — house 1 Alexandria 

place, Calside 
Lawrence, Rev. William G., assistant Free High Church — house 5 

Garthland street 
Lawrie, Archibald, coachmaker — house 1 East Croft 
Lawrie, E. & M. A., drapers, 12 St. James place — house 3 Kerr st. 
Lawrie, Henry, with John Kilpa trick & Son — house 13 Thread st. 
Lawrie, James, weigher, No. 2 Municij)al weighing machine, South 

Croft street — house 12 Kilnside road 
Lawrie, James, clerk at J. M. Symington's — ho. 6 Whitehaugh terrace 
Lawrie, John, feuar, 1 Royal terrace 

Lawrie, Robert, coachbuilder, 77 New Sneddon street — house do. 
Lawrie, Thomas H., wine and spirit merchant, 24 and 25 Moss st. 

— house 12 Lady lane 
Lawrie, William, foreman mender, Abercorn Foundry Co — house 

1 East Croft v 

Lawrie, William, organist Lylesland-IJ.P. church, 5 Park terrace 
Lawrie, William, bower, Lonehead, Inchiianan road — house do. 
Lawson, Agnes, draper, 3 Lawn street 

Lawson, James, draper, 5 Williamsburgh — house 3 La,wn street 
Lawson, Mrs. John, wine and spirit merchant, 85 Causeyside — house 

1 Canal street 
Lawson, Thomas, draper, 20 Moss street — house do. 
Leckie, Annabella, 5 Gleuview, Barterholm 
Leckie, Archibald, Benclutha, Glasgow road 
Lee, James, C.E., Master of Works, Municipal Buildings — house 

Stanley Green Farm 
Lee, Robert, joiner, cartwright, spring van and lorry builder, and 

smith, 11 and 12 St. James street — house 21 St. James street 
Lee, Rev. Walter E., M.A., minister of Greenlaw Church — house 

Arkleston road 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 93 

Lees, A., china and glass merchant, 5 Neilston road 

Lees, Robert M., draper, hosier, and clothier, 38 Moss street — ho. 
13 Argyle street 

Lees, David, tailor and clothier, 82 Causeyside — house 8 Jane- 
field place 

Legg, Miss, dressmaker, Alice place 

Leggat, Alexander, 3 Gladstone terrace 

Leggat, Andrew, clerk at R. Brown & Son's — house 3 Gladstone ter. 

Leggat, David, & Co., washers and dressers, Colinslee I-^aundry 
— receiving office, A. G. Andrews, 42 Moss street — established 
1860. (see advt.) 

Legget, George, restaurauteur, 12 Ferguslie — house 11 do. 

Leishman, Bessie, teacher, Williamsburgh school — house 2 Lyles- 
land terrace 

Leishman, H., Moss-side place, Greenock road 

Leitch & Harrison, cycle makers, 41 Lady lane 

Leitch, James, of William Leitch & Son, 2 George place 

Leitch, James, carting foreman. Canal station — house 18 Canal st. 

Leitch, Mrs., ladies' nurse, 45 High street 

Leitch, William, & Sou, fleshers, 31 Causeyside and 3 Old Smith- 
hills ; telephone No. 1 89 — house 2 George place 

Leitch, William R., hatter, hosier, and glover, 99 High street 

Leitch, Mrs. Wm., of Wm. Leitch & Son — house 6 George street 

Leitch, William S., of Wm. Leitch & Son — house Underwood road 

Lemay, Arthur, 5 Garthland street 

Lemay, Mrs., furrier, 5 Camphill 

Lennox, James, fruiterer and florist, 36 High street — house 8 Orr 
square / 

Lennox, William, fruiterer and confectioner, 15 Incle street — ho. do. 

Lennox, Mrs., greengrocer and confectioner, 55 Caledonia street — 
house do. 

Leonard, James, assistant to James Wallace, surgeon-dentist, 15 
Clavering street 

Leslie, William, draper and outfitter, 10 Barclay street — ho. 11 do. 

Lewis, John, cork cutter, 63 Storie street — house 35 High street 

Liberal Club (Paisley), 90 High street 

Lighbody, William, gas meter inspector — house 25 Underwood road 

Lilla & Edwards, manufacturers of British India Chutney Sauce — 
works, Clark street 

Linn, John S., at Smith Bros. & Co.'s — house 1 Maxwell street 

Lipton Limited, ^^ ^ tea merchants, by special appoint- 
ment to Her ^^^§ Majesty the Queen, 98 High street; 
head office, ^«^^^^ Bath street, City road, London, E.C. 

Lishman, W. H., at R. Hay & Son — house Moss-side place 



94 PAISLEY DIEECTORY. 

Lithgow, James D., joiner, 17 St. James street — house 9 G-len st. 
Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Company, 30 George 

square, Glasgow .(see advt.) 
Livingstone, Daniel, cowfeeder, 20 Gauze street 
Livingstone, David, officer Free High church — ho. 3 John street 
Livingstone, G. M., 14 Incle street 

Livingstone, James, retired spirit merchant, ?1 New Smithhills St. 
Livingstone, William, M.B., CM., medical practitioner — consulting 

rooms 44 Moss street — house 9 Garthland place 
Lobban, George M., traveller, 10 Blythswood drive 
Lochfield Skating Pond — entrance by Todholm cottage road or 

Colinslee toll road — keeper, James Reid, 7 Lylesland 
Lochhead, Andrew F,, B.L., writer, of M'Naughton, Lochhead, & 

M'Callum — house Harmony cottage, Falside 
Lochhead, Mrs, Archibald, spirit dealer, 7 Wallneuk — house 

1 Incle street 
Lochhead, Mrs., Gleniffer view, Calside 

Lochhead, Daniel, sub-editor Daily Fxpress — house 2 Glenview 
Lochhead, George F., of G. F. Lochhead & Co. — ho. Harecraigs 
Lochhead, G. F., & Co., pawnbrokers and jewellers, 32 Causeyside, 

1 Gordon's lane, and 42 Great Hamilton street 
Lochhead, James C, bootmaker, 3 Love street — house 3 

Andrews street 
Lochhead, John, of P. Kerr & Son, New street mills — ho. Mayora, 

Kilmalcolm 
Lochhead, Joseph M., of M'Innes, Mackenzie. & Lochhead, 

sheriff-clerk of Renfrewshire, 7 Gilmour street and Sheriff- 
Court Buildings, St. James st. — ho. The Laurels, Castlehead 
Lochhead, Miss, dressmaker, 36 Canal street 
Lochhead, Mrs. Alexander, confectioner, 11 Old Smithhills 
Lochhead. Isabella, teacher Camphill school — house 2 Glenview 
Lochrie, John, at G. F. Lochhead & Co., pawnbrokers — house 18 

Seedhill road 
Lockhart, George, shoemaker, 32 Wellmeadow 
Lockhart, Mrs. Alexander, baker, 25 Gordon's lane 
Lockie, Robert, carrier, 91 Causeyside — Glasgow quarters, 67 

Ingram street 
Logan, Alexander, 20 Old Sneddon — ho. Broomfield, Glasgow rd. 
Logan, Arthur, managing director of D. Logan & Son, Ltd. — house 

Elliestoun, Calside avenue 
Logan, David, & Son, Ltd., coal merchants and colliery agents — 

registered office, 13 Canal street, and at Underwood, Saucel, 

Potterhill, and Ferguslie stations 
Logan & Gardner, shawl manufacturers, 5 Forbes place 



PAISLEY DIRECTOEY. 95 



Logan, James, hardware, oil, china, and fancy goods merchant, 4 

Gauze street — house do. 
Logan, James, fishmonger, 20 Welhiieadow — ho. 1 Park terrace, 

Underwood road 
Logan, John, Eidral, Lounsdale road 
Logan, Robert, Dean of Guild inspector, Municipal Buildings — • 

house 17 Castle street 
Logan, William, collector of gas accounts — house 66 Back Sned- 
don street 
Logg, Mrs. Flora, 28 George street 
London & Glasgow Tea Co., 18 Moss st. and 94 Causeyside — ■ 

manageress. Miss Shields 
Longmuir, Bryce, coal merchant. Western coal depot. King street 

— house 15 Argyle street 
Lorimer^ J. C, assurance agent, 5 George street 
Lorimer, J. & E., 16 Underwood road 
Lorimer, William, of Auld & Lorimer, 1 6 Argyle street 
Loudon, Thomas, secretary to Paisley Trades Council, 31 Well st. 
Love, Alex., clerk, Bank of Scotland, Glasgow — house Oakshaw 

lodge 
Love, James, superintendent, Kibble Reformatory 
Love, Janet, teacher, Camphill Public School — house 25 St. James 

street 
Love, Jessie Dougall, assistant South Public School — house 12 

Neilston street 
Love, John, cowfeeder and contractor, 40 Storie street 
Love, John, mill foreman, J. & P. Coats (Ltd.) — house Hadfield 

house, Lounsdale road 
Love, Malcolm, grocer and provision merchant, 51 Caledonia st. — 

house 28 Caledonia street 
Love, Matthew, tailor, 11 Carbrook street 
Love, Mrs., confectioner and draper, 46 Calside 
Love, Mrs., matron. Kibble Reformatory 
Love, Miss Mary, grocer, 16 Thread street — house do. 
Love, R., of R. Love & Co. — house 4 M'Kerrell street 
Love, R., & Co., opticians and photographic material dealers, 103 

High street 
Low, F., gamekeeper, 21 Thistle street 
Lucas, Alexander, head joiner. Kibble Reformatory — house 10 

Springbank road 
Lyall, Andrew, clerk at J. & P. Coats — house 4 Whitehaugh ter. 
Lyall, John, plumber, 2 Broomlands — ho. 12 West Campbell street 
Lyall, William, grocer, 9 West Campbell street 
Lydia, Charles, grocer, 75 Broomlands — house 8 Clavering street 



96 PAISLEY DIRECTOEY. 

Lyle, Alexander, assistant manager, 1 Ferguslie buildings 

Lyle, Charles,- at MacRobert, Son, & Hutchison — house 1 Ferguslie 

buildings 
Lyle, John, cowfeeder, 25 Lawn street 
Lyle, Mrs. John, farmer, Middleton, by Linwood 
Lyle, Peter, foreman to William Hutchison, jun., & Co. — house 

George place 
Lyle, William W., cashier to Andrew Foulds & Son, 5 Abbey street 

— house 9 Wellmeadow 
Lyle, William, clerk of works, Braehead, Millarston 
Lymburn, James, & Son, silk mercers and drapers, 16 High street 
Lymburn, John, of James Lymburn & Son — house Gledstane, 

Bishopton 
Lynn, William, produce merchant, 56 York street, Glasgow — 

house 32 Williamsburgh 
Lyon, John, coal merchant, 38 Gordon's lane — house do. 
Lyons & M'Neilage, milliners and furnishers, 75 Love street 
Lyons, Miss, of Lyons & M'Neilage — house 29 St. James street 

MADDEN, M., dress and mantle maker, 20 John street 
Maginty, Mrs., ladies' nurse and mid-wife, 27 Gauze street 
Maguire, Charles, draper, 16 Storie street — house do. 
Main, Alexander, grocer, 29 High street, and grocer and wine and 
spirit merchant, 107 George street — house 3 Mansion house 
road 
Main, Mrs., 3 Mansion House road 
Mainds, James, sub-manager to J. & P. Coats (Ltd.) — house 10 

Thistle terrace 
Mair, E., clothes mangier, 70 Broomlands 
Mair, John, gardener to William Wilson, Brabloch 
Mair, John, bleachfield manager, Nethercraigs 
Mairs, Miss, dress and mantlemaker, 18 Moss street 
Mairs, Joseph, sen., engine keeper, 18 Moss street 
Mair, Wm. C, tailor and clothier, 5 Gilmour street 
Maitland, William, jun., fishmonger, 54 Caledonia st. — ho. 24 do. 
Malcolm, A., clubmaster, the New Club, 6 Forbes place 
Malcolm, John, cowfeeder, 7 Canal street 

Malcolm, S. M., teacher Neilson Institution — ho. 32 Maxwellton 
Mallinson, C, hairdresser and perfumer, 103 High street — house 

3 Crossflat crescent 
Mann, Frederick G., clerk Inland Revenue office — house 3 Cross- 
flat crescent 
Manwell, John, saddler and harness maker, 11 Broomlands street 
— house 7 Castle street 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 97 

Marshall, Alexander, at Ja. Caldwell, Muir, & Caldwell's — house 

1 St. James street 
Marshall, Allan, cabinetmaker and upholsterer, 33 Wellmeadow — 

house do. 
Marshall, David, dairyman, 149 George st. — ho. Leitchland farm 
Marshall, James, assistant South Public School — ho. St. Blane's villa 
Marshall, James, wine and spirit merchant, 47 Moss street, 80 

Broomlands, and 9 Gauze street — house Mavisbank cottage 
Marshall, James, blacksmith and chaplet maker, 101 Causeyside — 

house 5 Stirling street 
Marshall, John, & Co., ironfounders, Macdowall street 
Marshall, John, St. Blane's, Greenock road 
Marshall, John, jun., of John Marshall & Co. — house 1 Buchanan 

terrace 
Marshall, Robert, of John Marshall & Co. — house St. Blane's, 

Greenock road 
Marshall, Thomas, grocer, 21 Sandholes — house Kerrshaw cottage, 

Glasgow road 
Marshall, William, of John Marshall & Co. — ho. 9 Buchanan ter. 
Martin, A., mill foreman, 5 Ferguslie buildings 
Martin, Alexander, plumber and gasfitter, 10 Lawn street — ho. do. 
Martin, Francis, of Young & Martin — ho. Camphill house 
Martin, George, munager at Galbraith's Stores, Broomlands — 

house 4 Neil street 
Martin, John, plumber and gasfitter, 131 George st. — ho. 130 do. 
Martin, Mrs. John, 7 West Croft 
Martin, Mrs. R., clothes mangier, 19 Wallace street 
Martin, Neil, sub-manager — house 3 Ferguslie buildings 
Martin, Robert, grocer, 38 Well street 

Martin, Robert S., plain and decorative painter, 19 Wallace street 
Martin, Robert, keeper Good Templar Halls — house 20 Sandholes 
Mason, John, foreman engineer, 5 Ferguslie buildings 
Masonic hall, 96 High street 
Masonic (Paisley) Hall Co. (Limited) — registered office, 4 Mansfield 

place — George Fisher, secretary and treasurer 
Masson, Miss, dress and mantle maker, 12 High street 
Master of Works Office, Municipal Buildings ; telephone No. 278 
Mathers, Mary, fruiterer and florist, 22 Broomlands — house 1 

Storie street 
Mathie, Angus, farmer and hay merchant, Merksworth 
Matheson, Alexander, accountant and stockbroker, 93 High street 
, — telegraphic address, "Security, Paisley;" telephone No. 238 

Matheson, Farquhar, measurer, of John Morrison & Matheson, 

Glasgow — house 97 Causeyside street 

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^8 PAISLEY DIRECTORr. 

Matheson, Johanna A., teacher, East Public School — house 15 

Hill street, Garnethill, Glasgow 
Matheson, John, late supervisor of Inland Revenue — house 

97 Causeyside street 
Matheson, John, jun., 93 High street 
Mathieson, John, tailor and clothier, 18 Gilmour street — house 

Newhall, Glasgow road 
Mathieson, Misses, Stanley place, 48 Causeyside 
Mathieson, Mrs., greengrocer, 21 Neilston road 
Mathieson, Mrs., dressmaker, 2 Springhank road 
Mathieson, Peter, carriage hirer — stables 22 Back Sneddon — house 

3 Back Sneddon 
Mathieson, Robert, tailor and clothier, 9 High street — house do. 
Maxwell, Alexander, plasterer, 24 Gordon's lane — ho. 39 Canal street 
Maxwell, Archibald B., at Robert Brown & Son's — house 

Carsphairn, Linwood road 
Maxwell, James, gardener to Mrs. James Arthur, Barshaw — house 

East lodge, Barshaw 
Maxwell, Mrs., draper, 26 Caledonia street 
Maypole Dairy Co., butter factors, 8 High street — manager John 

Carter, 15 Gauze street 
Mearns, Robert, detective inspector, County police office — house 8 

Buchanan terrace, Greenock road 
Mechanical (The) Retorts Company Ltd., chemical manufacturers, 

Murray street 
Meikle, James, wine and spirit merchant, 27 New Sneddon — house 

37 New Sneddon 
Meikle, William, 7 Thread street 

Meiklejohn, Adam, hairdresser, 95 Causeyside — ho. 3 Johnston st. 
Meiklejohn, John, plumber, 134 George street — ho. 10 Lady lane 
Melville, Alex., tinsmith, plumber, and gasfitter, 82 Causeyside — 

house 12 Hill view 
Melville, Daniel, designer, 110 Causeyside 
Melviu, Charles, hardware and fancy goods merchant, 1 Broomlands 

— house 35 Castle street 
Menzies, Matthew, bookseller, 1 Wellmeadow — house 27 New st. 
Menzies, Robert, clerk to J. & P. Coats (Ltd.) — ho. 6 Thistle ter. 
Mercer, Roughsedge, manager at J. & P. Coats, Ltd. — ho. Elderslie 
Metcfllfe, Rev. William Musham, D.D., minister of South Parish 

Church — house South manse, Castlehead 
Michael, James, clerk to J. & P. Coats (Ltd.) — ho. 11 Thistle st. 
Miles, James, confectioner, 53 High street, 34 Moss street, and 

1 Old Smithhills — house 34 Mosa street 
Millar, Adam, of W. & A. Millar— house 10 St. Mirren street 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 99 



Millar, Alexander, of Sacell Brewery Company — house 6 Garthland 

place 
Millar, A. C, clerk with Walter M'Ghee, 8 Bridge street — house 

55 Canal street 
Miller, A. C, at Barr, Stirrat, & Co.'s. — house 8 Camphill 
Miller, Alex. D., of Duff & Miller— house 20 High street 
Miller, Alex. F., baker, 70 Love street — house 7 do. 
Millar, David, M.R.C.Y.S,, veterinary surgeon, Wellington street — 

house 51 Caledonia street 
Miller, David W., mill foreman, 2 Ferguslie buildings 
Millar, Helen, 40 Oakshaw street 

Millar, James, & Son, yarn merchants, 106 Causeyside 
Millar, James G. C, of James Millar & Son— house Creichmore, 

Castlehead 
Millar, James, writer, 40 Oakshaw street 
Millar, James, confectioner, Old toll house, Stonefield 
Millar, Jane, 40 Oakshaw street 

Millar, John N., of James Millar & Son — house Gateside 
Millar, John, drysalter, oil merchant, and insurance agent, 16 St. 

Vincent place, Glasgow — house East Knowe, Castlehead 
Millar, John, hairdresser, 29 Maxwellton st. — ho. 14 Broomlands 
Miller, John, of Duff & Miller— house 2 Park terrace 
Miller, John, feuar, 1 Garthland street 

Millar, Jonathan, collector of gas accounts — house 23 Canal street 
Millar, Mary B., teacher, South Public School — house Jessieville, 

Sunnyside 
Millar, Miss, 40 Oakshaw street 
Millar, Mrs. Andrew, Auchentorlie 
Millar, Mrs. Elizabeth, of W. & A. Millar — house 10 St. 

Mirren street 
Millar, Peter, flesher, 74 Love street — house do. 
Millar, P. K.,reed and heddle manufacturer, 32 High street — house 

Jessieville, Sunnyside 
Millar, Robert, commission agent, Bushes 
Millar, Robert, assistant to James Donald, architect — ho. Cottage, 

Anchor mills 
Millar, T. W., artist, 82 Broomlands 
Millcir, Thomas, foreman baker, 4 Allison place 
Millar, Ihomas, clerk at J. & P. Coats Ltd. — house 4 Townhead ter. 
Millar, William, dairy, 37 Caledonia street 
Miller, William P., clerk at Robert Wilson & Co— ho. 24 Kilnside 

road 
Millar, W. & A., tinsmiths, 10 St. Mirren street 
Millar, William, plasterer, 38 Causeyside — house do. 



100 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 

Mills, Rev. William Fowler, rector, Holy Trinity (Episcopal) 

Church — ho. 60 Love street 
Milne, George, v^^ringer and mangle manufacturer, 2 Gauze street 
Milne, Hugh K., at Isdale & M'Callum's — house 21 Glen view 
Milne, Peter, spirit merchant, 13 High street — house Arkleston road 
Milne, R. S., branch manager Kent Fire and Life Insurance Offices, 

Glasgow, and 93 High street. Paisley — house Randuara, Bridge 

of Weir 
Milne, Robert, warehouseman, 21 Glenview terrace 
Milton, Stephen, hairdresser, 25 Causeyside — ho. 6 Stock street 
Mitchell, Alexander, broker, 15 Maxwellton street and 1 Neil st. 
Mitchell, Andrew, feuar. Myrtle bank, Carriagehill 
Mitchell, Andrew, slater, 88 Causeyside 
Mitchell, Annie, tobacconist and newsagent, 6 Bank street — house 

18 Gauze street 
Mitchell, Arch. P., clerk, British Linen Co. Bank — ho. Linwood 
Mitchell, George, house painter and paperhanger, 1 Neilston street 

— house 28 New Stock street 
Mitchell, James, coal merchant, 32 Newton street 
Mitchell, James, 9 Phillips street 
Mitchell, James, grocer, 32 Newton street 
Mitchell, J., of Murphy, Mitchell, & Co. — house Glasgow 
Mitchell, Janet, 21 Oakshaw street 
Mitchell, John, wine and spirit merchant and purveyor Commercial 

hotel, 11 High street 
Mitchell, Maggie, teacher West Public School — ho. 131 George st. 
Mitchell, Mrs., draper and confectioner, 29 Ferguslie 
Mitchell, Miss E., fruiterer and confectioner, 53 Broomlands — 

house 32 Newton street 
Mitchell, Robert, tailor, clothier, and ladies' costumier, 131 George 

street — house do. 
Mitchell, Robert, tailor and clothier, 10 Abbey terrace — house do. 
Mitchell, Thomas, plasterer, 11 Sir Michael street — house 164 

George street 
Mitchell, Thomas, contractor, Thornley 
Mitchell, Wm., wine and spirit merchant, 19 Carriagehill — house 5 

M'Intyre place 
Model Lodging-house, Arthur street, off Well street — manager, 

G. Mortimer 
Moffat, Andrew, carrier, Harvale, Meikleriggs 
Moffat, John, farmer, Turneyland, Greenock road 
Moir, James, joiner, 32 High street — house 40 do. 
Moir, Margaret, teacher John Neilson Institution — ho. 16 Argyle st. 
Mollison, W. W., at Cockburn & Co. (Ltd.) — house 39 High street 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 101 

Monaghan, James, at Speirs, Gibb, & Co.'s — house 17 Greenhiil road 
Moncrieff, John, spirit merchant, 30 Ferguslie — ho. 8 Camphill pi. 
Money, Charles, clerk at J. & P. Coats, Limited — house Whin 

knowe, Meikleriggs 
Money, .Miss Jenny, music teacher, Whin knowe, Meikleriggs 
Monro, Adam J., wine and spirit merchant, "The Clachan," 21 

Moss street — house 18 Greenlaw avenue 
Monro, J. S., confectioner, 38 New street— house do. 
Montague, Hugh, fruiterer and confectioner, 12 Broomlands — ho 

20 John street 
Montgomery, Henry, contractor, 23 Carriagehill 
Moody, George A., writer at John Pattison's — house Benvue, 

Bothwell 
Mooney, James, confectioner and coal dealer, 27 Queen st. — ho. do. 
Moore, Matthew, newsagent and tobacconist, 2 Bank street — ho. 

69 Back Sneddon 
Moorhead, Robert, of Moorhead, Watson, & Co., Glasgow — house 

Craigielinn 
More, James, hatter and hosier, 7 Moss street — house 25 St. 

James street 
More, Robert, coal merchant, Underwood Coal depot — house 33 

George street 
More, W. H., clerk to M. Greenlees & Son — ho. 9 Camphill 
Morris, Andrew, at Robert Paton's — house 7 Wellmeadow 
Morris, Hugh, gardener. Fountain Gardens 
Morris, John, T.P., 5 Cochran street 

Morris, Noble, boot and shoemaker, 36 Great Hamilton street 
Morris, Thomas, assistant spinning master J. & P. Coats ^Ltd) — 

ho. 16 Thistle street 
Morris, Mrs., wine and spirit merchant, 5 Old Sneddon street — 

house do. 
Morrison, Alexander, builder, 65 Back Sneddon — ho. Arkleston road 
Morrison, Alexander, Jane Stone house. Bushes 
Morrison, Alex., of Alex. Morrison & Shaw, 19 Neilston road 
Morrison, Alex., wine and spirit merchant, 13 Moss street — house do. 
Morrison, Alex., & Shaw, fleshers, 1 9 Neilston road 
Morrison, Alexander, writer and depute clerk of Police Court, at 

Thomas Walker's — house 41 Mill street 
Morrison, Bella C, teacher South Public School — ho. 3 Calside ter. 
Morrison, Bessie A., teacher, South Public School— ho. 3 Calside ter. 
Morrison, David, builder, 65 Back Sneddon — house Arkleston road 
Morrison, David A., writer, and fire and life insurance agent, 97 

High street — ho. 3 Calside terrace 
Morrison, Hugh, 3 Silk street 



102 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 



Morrison, James, spirit mercliaDt, 7 Love st. — ho. 9 M'Kerrell st. 
Morrison, James, & Son, fleshers, 104 George street 
Morrison, Jas., at A. F. Craig & Co.'s (Ltd.) — ho. 2 Park terrace 
Morrison, J4mes L., flesher, 2 St. James street — ho. 29 St. James st. 
Morrison, John, & Sons, coppersmiths, brassfounders, and plumbers, 

Murray street; telephone No. 118. 
Morrison, John, of John Morrison & Sons — house Meadow bank, 

Greenock road 
Morrison, John, fruiterer and confectioner, 92 Causeyside — house do. 
Morrison, John G., butcher, 2 Bank street — house Phillips street 
Morrison, Joseph, sheriff officer, 12 Hunter st. — ho. 17 M'Kerrell st. 
Morrison, Mrs., tobacconist and newsagent, 1 George street — house 

24 Causeyside 
Morrison, Mrs. Matthew, Ashdale, Greenlaw drive 
Morrison, Mrs., 3 Calside terrace 

Morrison, Thomas, jun., textile warehouseman, Co-operative Manu- 
facturing Society — house 26 New Stock street 
Morrison, Mrs. Wm., of James Morrison & Son — house 20 

Maxwellton street 
Morrison, William J., dairyman, 7 Greenhill road 
Mortimer, George, superintendent of Model Lodging-house, Arthur 

street 
Morton, Andrew, gardener, Netherhill lodge 
Morton, Andrew, wholesale warehouseman, 24 Causeyside — house 

24 Causeyside 
Morton, Annabella M., teacher East Public School — house 4 

Greenlaw avenue 
Morton, Eliza, draper, 15 Broomlands — house 11 Hillview place 
Morton, George, baker, 73 Love street — house do. 
Morton, J. H., & Co., drapers, 9 George street — ho. 11 Hillview 
Morton, Rev. William, retired clergyman, 4 Greenlaw avenue 
Morton, Robert, brickbuilder and contractor. Weir street — house 

Edelweiss, Glasgow road 
Moscardini, P., ice cream and ginger beer manufacturer, 17 Neilston 

road — house do. 
Moss, James, confectioner, 29 Storie street 
Mossvale Works (John Barr, wood turner), Springbank road 
Muir, A. Craig, commission and insurance agent, 75 Buchanan street, 

Glasgow — house Ivy bank, 47 Oakshaw street 
Muir, Archibald, tobacconist, cigar merchant, and shipping agent, 

104 High street — house 1 M'Kerrell street 
Muir, Archibald K., Shortroods laundry — house Shortroods house 
Muir, Adam, traveller, 30 Oakshaw street 
Muir, David, colour-sergeant. The Barracks, Glasgow road 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 103 

Muir, David, fishmonger, 17 G-eorge street — ho. 2 Underwood lane 

Muir, Francis, insurance collector, 15 Greenlaw avenue 

Muir, George L., cashier to Fullerton, Hodgart, & Barclay (Ltd.) — 

house 12 Greenlaw avenue 
Muir, J. & J., grocers and wine and spirit merchants, 13 Neilston 

road — house 1 Stock street 
Muir, James, traveller, 1 Janefield place 
Muir, John, accountant, and property valuator, — house Annfield 

villa, Castlehead 
Muir, John, cutler, hardware, china, and crystal merchant, 136 

and 137 George street — house do. 
Muir, John, church officer of Canal st. U.P. Church — house 10 Lady 

lane 
Muir, John, writer, of Ja. Caldwell, Muir, & Caldwell, writers, 

County buildings — house Craigielea 
Muir, John F., 1 Stock street 
Muir, John, dairy, 2 Moncrieff street 
Muir, John, cashier, Co-operative Manufacturing Society — house 

Thorn, Johnstone 
Muir, John, Shortroods house 
Muir, Joseph, spirit merchant, 20 Abbey street — house 4 Phillips 

street 
Muir, Matthew, commission and insurance agent, and auditor to 

Savings Bank of Paisley — house 2 Janefield place 
Muir, Mrs. David, hardware merchant, 20 Williams burgh 
Muir, Mrs. James, butcher, 20 George street — ho. 3 Camphill 
Muir, Roger W., Annfield, Castlehead 
Muir, Sergt.-Major, 4th Batt. A. & S. Highlanders, Barracks, 

Glasgow road 
Muir, William, dairyman, 2 Crossflat terrace — ho. 2 Royal terrace 
Muldoon, Mrs James, fishmonger and poulterer, 20 Causeyside 
Mulhall, John, tobacconist and confectioner, 8 Lawn street — house 

6 Blythswood drive 
Mungle, Alex., at G. T. & C. Coy. Ltd. — house 7 High street 
Mungle, John B., at James Gardner, writer — house 7 High street 
Munro, Alexander, wine and spirit merchant, 19 Wellmeadow — 

house 4 Lylesland terrace 
Munro, Alex., superintendent. Refuge Assurance Coy., 83 High 

street — house do. 
Munro, Dr. A. Campbell, medical officer for the County of Renfrew 

— office. County buildings, St. James st. — house, 81 Brisbane 

street, Greenock 
Munro, Llector, shopman to Dr. Holms — house Stanley place 
Munro, H., baker and purveyor, (3 Silk street — house do. 



104 PAISLEY DIRECTOKY. 

Munro, James, cutter, Paisley Clothing Compauy — house 2 

M'Kerrell street 
Munro, John, janitor West Public School — house 84 George street 
Munro, Miss A. T., manageress Nethercraigs laundry — ho. do. 
Murdoch, Alexander, teacher, Neilson Institution, session clerk for 

Low Parish — parties wishing proclamation of marriage may 

apply to Mr Murdoch, Gallowlea, Meikleriggs 
Murdoch, Mrs. James, confectioner, 21 Lawn street 
Murdoch, Robert, & Co., iron and steel merchants, 10 West Croft, 

and at 21 and 23 Robertson street, Glasgow 
Murdoch, Robert, of Robert Murdoch & Co. — ^liouse 7 Park Circus 

place, Glasgow 
Murdoch, Thomas, slater, 52 Causeyside — ho. 18 New Stock st. 
Mure, James, photographer to Bow, M'Lachlan, & Co. — house 18 

West Buchanan street 
Mure, Mrs. Robert, Marymaur villa. Underwood road 
Murphy, A. C, of Murphy, Mitchell, & Co. — house 3 Townhead ter. 
Murphy, Mitchell, & Co., house furnishers and bedding manu- 
facturers, 8 Causeyside 
Murray, Archibald, house factor and insurance agent, 2 Causeyside 

street — house 9 Greenlaw avenue 
Murray, David, manager at Adam Hamilton & Sons, Blackland mill 
Murray, David, & Son, decorators, 15 Gilmour street 
Murray, George, flesher, 2 Lawn street — house 34 Kilnside road 
Murray, James, chief sanitary inspector for Second or Lower Dis- 
trict of Renfrewshire — office, County buildings, St. James 

street — house, 7 Buchanan terrace 
Murray, James, of Robert Wilson & Co., starch and corn flour 

manufacturers, Adelphi Starch works — house The Mound, 

Castlehead 
Murray, John, chemist and druggist, 19 George street — house 7 

Wellmeadow 
Murray, John, Primrose bank, CaiTiagehill drive 
Murray, John, manufacturer, Adelphi factory, New Sneddon — ho. 

Helena villa, Greenock road 
Murray, John S., gas meter inspector — ho. 3 Brown street 
Murray, John, jun., writer, of M'Innes, M'Kenzie, & Lochhead — 

house 7 Gilmour street 
Murray, John Elliot, banker. Union Bank of Scotland, Limited — 

house Sunnyside 
Murray, Robert H., at P. Henderson & Co.'s, Glasgow — house 

1 Janefield place 
Mursell, Rev. Walter A., minister of Thomas Coats Memorial 
Church — house Marchmont, Potterhill 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 105 

Museum (Free Public) and Picture Gallery, High street — J. M. B. 

Taylor, curator (see appendix) 
Myles, Henry, confectioner, 3 County place — ho. 2 Buchanan ter. 
Myles, Robert, cowfeeder, 38 Thread street 

MACADAM, George, Paisley and Glasgow carrier — Sir Michael st. 
Macadie, W. S., teller, Commercial Bank — house 9 Cartvale road, 

Langside 
M'Allister, Alexander, writer, law agent, and clerk to Paisley 

United Fleshers' Society, secretary and law agent to the Ralston 

Brickmaking Co., Ltd., solicitor to the Renfrewshire Plate 

Glass Insurance Coy. (Ltd.), 48 Moss street — ho. Croftdene, 

Hawkhead road ; telephone No. 243 
M'Allister, Catherine, green grocer, 9 Stock street — house 1 Union 

street 
Macalaster, James M., insurance broker, 7 Royal Bank place, 

Glasgow — house Muirholm, Calside avenue 
Macalaster, John — house Muirholm, Calside avenue 
Macalister, John H., manufacturer, 9 Cochran street, Glasgow — 

house The Ferns, Sunnyside 
M'Allister, Miss, dressmaker, 8 Sandholes 

M'Allister, Thomas, flesher, 15 Moss street — house 14 Barr street 
Macalaster, William, Muirholm, Calside avenue 
M'Alonan, Ronald, confectioner, 21 Wallace street — house 39 Back 

Sneddon 
M' Alpine, A., 2 Lylesland terrace 
M'Alpine, Andrew, traveller to John Spence & Sons — house 3 

John street 
M'Alpine, David, tobacconist, 30 Old Sneddon — house 1 Incle St. 
M'Alpine, Thomas, wine and spirit merchant, 6 New Sneddon st. 

— house 11 Phillips street 
M' Andrew, John, agent, 34 New Sneddon 

M' Andrew, Julia, teacher East Public School — ho. 34 New Sneddon 
Macarthur, Colin, Schoolhouse, Nethercraigs 
M' Arthur, J., & Co., shipbuilders, Abbotsinch 
M' Arthur, J. & J., tailors and clothiers, 8 Causeyside 
Macarthur, John N., M.B., 34 High street — consulting room, 81 

High street 
M'xirthur, John, joiner, 3 West Buchanan st. — house 23 George st. 
M' Arthur, Misses, 5 Greenlaw terrace 
M' Arthur, Robert, at Robert Brown & Son's — house Lexwell, 

Chain road 
M'Atear, Mrs., china and earthenware merchant, 34 Wellmeadow 
Macaulay, Mrs., broke]-, 1 Garthland street 



106 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 

M'Auley, Daniel, foreman to John Highgate & Co. — house 4 
Pattison street 

M'Anlay, Daniel, confectioner, 11 Saucel 

M'Aulay, John, broker, 5 Queen street — house do. 

Macaulay, John, gardener and contractor, 41 George street 

M'Ausland, Mrs. Alexander — house Meikleriggs 

M'Ausland, John, shoemaker, 5 New Smithhills — house 25 do. 

M'Ausland, John R. D., commission agent — house 2 Bute place 

M'Ausland, William, boot and shoemaker, 14 High street — house 
5 Blackball buildings 

M' Bride, S., wine and spirit merchant, 1 Silk street 

M'Bride, Miss, 37 New street 

M'Bride, Thomas, master of works Anchor Thread Works, 13 
Seedhill road 

M'Cafferty, Hugh, hairdresser, 63 Storie street 

M'Call, George W., fire insurance agent, 19 Greenhill road — ho. do. 

M' Galium, Andrew F., of J. & J. M'Callum — house Claremont, 
Blackball 

M'Callum, A. M., at J, & J. Cook's — house 4 Whitehaugh terrace 

M'Callum, Archibald, at A. H. Park & Co.'s— house Churchhill 

M'Callum, Charles E., at Holmes, MacTavish, & Co., Johnstone — 
house 1 Mavisbank terrace, Blackball 

M'Callum, James, manufacturer, 2 Causeyside — ho. 4 Rosebery pi. 

M'Callum, James F., engineer, 1 Crossflat crescent 

M'Callum, Janet, dressmaker, 50 Storie street 

M'Callum, John, confectioner, 5 Seedhill road — house do. 

M'Callum, John, jun., of J. & J. M'Callum — Ardskipness, Blackball 

M'Callum, J. & J., hank yarn dyers, Laigbpark Dyeworks 

M'Callum, John M., of Isdale & M'Callum — house Benvue, Calside 

M'Callum, John, M.A.,of Isdale & M'Callum— bouse 20 Glenview 

M'Callum, Julius F., M.A., LL.B., writer, of M'Naughton, Loch- 
head, & M'Callum, 95 High street — house Saucel Bank 

M'Callum, Neil, at Smith Bros. & Co. — house 1 Mavisbank terrace, 
Blackball 

Macallum, William, at William Walsb's — house 10 Wellmeadow st. 

Macallum, Wilbam, tailor and clothier, and tobacconist, 10 Well- 
meadow 

Maclure, Andrew, manager Gleniffer Soap works — house 10 
South Portland street, Glasgow 

M'Clure, Miss, staymaker, 11 Saucel 

M'Colgan, Mrs. John, spirit merchant, 16 Gauze st. — bo. 12 Incle st. 

M'Coll, Daniel B., clerk at Post Office— house 20 Whitehead street 

M'CoU, James, contractor, 15 Abbey close — ho. 25 Gordon's lane 

M'Coll, John, farmer, Mid Walkinshaw 



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M'Coll, Rev. John, M.A., minister of Lylesland U.P. Church — ho. 

The Bushes 
M' Comely, William, stationer, 30 Causeysicle 
M'Connachie, George H., law clerk at John Pattison's — house 3 

Caledonia street 
M'Connachie, Peter, jobbing gardener, 3 Caledonia street 
M'Connachie, P., R.C. clergyman, 2 East Buchanan street 
M''Connachie, William, family grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 

71 Love street — house 57 Love street 
M'Cowan & Biggart, gas analysts for the Burgh of Paisley, 

Municipal buildings (north end) 
M'Cowan, Mrs., dress and mantlemaker, 5 County place 
M'Cowan, Robert T., chemist, Member of the Pharmaceutical 

Society, Paisley apothecaries' hall, 8 High street, 23 Gauze 

street, and 9 Broomlands — ho. Millerville, GlasgOAV road 
M'Cowatt, Stewart, station master, Gilmour street station, and 

agent for Railway Passenger Assurance Company — house 1 

Underwood road 
M'Cracken, James, grocer and spirit dealer, 17 Gauze st. — ho. do. 
M'Crae, R., tailor and clothier, 23 School wynd — house do. 
M'Creery, F.. assistant superintendent Prudential Assurance Co. 

(Ltd.) — house 3 Crossflat crescent 
M'Creery, John, & Sous, saddlers and harness makers, 2 County 

place and 25 High street — house 3 Buchanan terrace, 

Greenock road 
M' Crone, William, painter and decorator, 73 Broomlands— house 

7 Clavering street 
M'Crossan, F. W., wine and spirit merchant, 68 Canal street — 

house 77 do. 
M'Culloch, Donald, ironmonger, 79 Broomlands — ho. 132 George st. 
M'Culloch, James, joiner, 42 New street — ho. 7 Blythswood drive 
M'Culloch, Robert, Corporation Electricity Works — house 1 Black- 
hall buildings 
M'Curdie, James, manager at Geo. Wilson & Co.'s — house 27 

George street 
M'Cutchion, John, at J. & P. Coats, Limited — house 20 Sandholes 
M'Dade, Daniel, foreman patternmaker, Thistle works— house 5 

Douglas terrace 
M'Daid, A., hairdresser, 35 Castle street — house 1 Knox street 
M'Dermid, Charles, cowfeeder, 8 North Croft ^ 

M'Dermid, Miss, dairymaid, 7 Springbank road — house 1 Tannahill 

place 
M'Dermid, Mrs , confectioner, 32 Storie street 
M'Dermott, B., dairyman, 33 Causeyside — house do. 



108 PAISLEY DIRECTOEY. 

M'Diarmid, Duncan, nurseryman and florist, Ladyburn nursery, 

Greenlaw drive — house 3 Williamsburgh 
Macdonald, A., furrier, 36 High street 
M'Donald, Allan, boot and shoemaker, 6 Neilston street 
M'Donald, David, coachman, Hawkhead stables 
M'Donald, Duncan, gardener to James Coats, jun — house Ivy 

cottage, Millarston 
Macdonald, Georgina, teacher, Neilson Institution — house 34 

Hill street, Garnethill, Glasgow 
M'Donald, Hugh, flesher, 78 Broomlands — house 25 Glen street 
M'Donald, James, bootmaker, 37 Moss street — house do. 
M'Donald, James, confectioner, 5 Well street — house do. 
M'Donald, Jane, draper, 21 Lawn street — house do. 
Macdonald, J. S., Fernlea, Glasgow road 
M'Donald, John, Paisley and Glasgow carrier, and agent for Sutton 

& Co., continental carriers. East Buchanan street — house 

Greenlaw cottage 
M'Donald, John, farmer, Porterfield, Paisley road, Renfrew 
M'Donald, John, foreman to Cowan & Co., Canal Goods station — 

house 3 Cotton street 
M'Donald, Miss, confectioner, 24 New Smithhills 
M'Donald, Misses, dressmakers and boys' suitmakers, 12 Hill view 

place 
Macdonald, Mrs. J., 23 Moss street 
M'Donald, Mary, grocer, 3 Williamsburgh 
M'Donald, Peter M'N., keeper of Priorscroft bowling green — ho. 

4 Neilston street 
M'Donald, Rev. John, R.C. clergyman St. Mary's, George street — 

house 73 George street 
M'Donald, Robert, provision merchant, 18 George st. — ho. 34 do. 
M'Dougal, Allan, bookseller and stationer, Terrace buildings, 109 

High street — house 25 St. James street 
Macdougall, A. M., commission agent — house 4 Whitehaugh terrace 
M'Dougal Brothers, manufacturing stationers and booksellers, 4 

Moss street and 106 Causeyside 
M'Dougall, Daniel, keeper of Brodie Park, Brodie Park lodge 
M'Dougall, Donald, confectioner, 3 Lylesland — house do. 
M'Dougal], Duncan, confectioner, 67 Broomlands — house do. 
M'Dougall, Hugh, gas meter inspector — ho. 11 Carbrook street 
Macdougall, Hugh, cashier at James Millar & Son's — house 4 

Greenlaw terrace — agent for Lancashire Insurance Company 
M'Dougal, James A., of M'Dougal Brothers — house 2 Janefield place 
M'Dougal, John, of M'Dougal Brothers — ho. Mansion house road 
Macdougall, Mrs., cowfeeder, 13 Incle street 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 109 

Macdougall, Miss, dress and mautle maker, 20 High street — house 

5 Townhead terrace 
M'Dougall, William, T.P., 2 Clavering street 

M'Dowall, D., warehouseman to Clark & Co. Ltd., 1 Blackhall bldgs. 
M'Dowall, James, tlesher, 41 Ferguslie 
M''Dowall, Wm., jouruedist, Fmsle?/ and Renfrewshire Gazette — house 

Hadfield house, Meikleriggs 
M'Ewan, Archibald, coal merchant — -house 20 North Croft 
M'Ewen, John, jun., pianist, and teacher of music, 4 Garthland st. 
M'Fadden, A., superintendent Prudential Assurance Company — 

house 5 Greenlaw terrace 
M'Fadyen, Angus, joiner and contractor, Neilston road, Colinslee 

— house 6 St. Mary's terrace 
M'Fadyen, Archibald, clerk at R. & T. Russell's — house 102 South 

Portland street, Glasgow 
M'Fadyen, Archibald, janitor Beaconsfield Club — house do. 
M'Fadyen, Walter, manager, Co-Operative Manufacturing Society 

— ho. Briarbank, Potterhill 
M'Fadzean, John,& Son, Caledonia horse-shoeing forge, 8 Caledonia 

street — house Victoria buildings, Greenock road 
Macfarlane, Alexander, hon. secretary Conservative Association 

and Beaconsfield Club, and secretary Western office, Glasgow, of 

the National Union of Conservative Associations for Scotland 

— house 5 South Grr street 
M'Farlane, Alexander, bootmaker, 1 George st. — ho. 82 Causeyside 
Macfarlane, Alexander, at British Linen Coy..'s Bank, Charing 

cross, Glasgow — house Caversbank, 7 Hunter street 
Macfarlane, A. A., secretary to the Mechanical Retorts Coy., Ltd. 

— house 14 Dilton Mansions, Kelvinside, Glasgow 
Macfarlane & Co., w^holesale wine and spirit merchants, 29 

Lady lane 
M'Farlane, David, coal merchant, 27 Stock st. — ho. 10 Smith st. 
Macfarlane, D., & Sons, dyers. Underwood road dye works 
Macfarlane, D., of D. Macfarlane & Sons, dyer — ho. Westmarch 

house 
Macfarlane, George, officer Free Middle Church, 2 George place 
M'Farlane, Graham J., of J. & G. M'Farlane — house, Beltrees 
Macfarlane, James B., cashier to James Stewart & Co. — house 

Newholme, Blackhall 
M'Farlane, James, foreman engineer — ho. 4 Ferguslie buildings 
Macfarlane, Jane, CM., LL.A., teacher Industrial School — house 

2 Lylesland ter. 
M'Farlane, J. & G., manufacturing chemists, Brediland Chemical 

works 



110 PAISLEY DIKECTORY. 

M'Farlane, John, bird and seed merchant, 6 New street 
Macfarlane, John, B.L., writer, 7 Hiojh st. — ho. 13 Greenlaw avenue 
M'Farlane, John Graham, of J. & G. M'Farlane — house Beltrees 
MacFarlane, Malcolm, at J. B. Lamb's, 12 High street — house 

GlenifPer view, Elderslie 
M'Farlane, Malcolm, wood merchant, Wallneuk Sawmills — house 

Patrick Bank, Whitehaugh drive 
Macfarlane, Malcolm, of John Clark & Co. — ho. 1 Whitehaugh drive 
Macfarlane, Mary, confectioner, 24 Wellmeadow — house do. 
Macfarlane, Mrs. Alexander, Caversbank, 7 Hunter street 
Macfarlane, Mrs., grocer, 29 Glen street — house do. 
Macfarlane, Mrs., wine and spirit merchant, 29 Lady lane — house 

Carriagehill drive 
Macfarlane, Robert, grocer, 17 Cotton street — house Rosslyn, East 

Greenlaw 
Macfarlane, T. S., of D. Macfarlane & Sous, dyer — house Dunavon, 

Bridge of Weir 
Macfedries, W. B., painter and decorator, sign, ticket, glass writer 

and gilder, 32 High st. — house 2 Churchhill 
Macfee, H. M., of H. M. Macfee & Co.— ho. Marguerite, Blackball 
Macfee, H. M., & Co., drysalters, oil and colour merchants. New 

street (see advt.) 
Macfee, John, seedsman, 3 Moss street — ho. Marguerite, Blackball 

(see advt.) 
MacFee, Mrs., 21 Wellmeadow 

Macfee, Robert, seedsman, 3 Moss street, secretary Paisley Horti- 
cultural Society — house Marguerite, Blackball 
M'Gallan, James S., coal merchant — house 10 Hill view 
M'Gallan, John G., hairdresser, 5 Old Sneddon — ho. 5 Camphill pi. 
M'Gallan, John W., hairdresser, 5 Old Sneddon — ho. 5 Cam])hill 
M'Garrity, Charles, boot and shoemaker, 5 St. James street — house 

23 Underwood road 
M'Garroch, William, tailor, Kibble Reformatory, Greenock road — 

house 53 Caledonia street 
M'Geachy, James, & Son, bedding manufacturers, 49 Moss street, 

20 Stockwell street, Glasgow, and Municipal buildings, Greenock 

— house 29 Burnbank gardens, Glasgow 
M'Gechan, John, of Cochran & i>'['Gechan — house Thornley park, 

Potterhill 
M'Gee, A. B., 2 Caledonia street 
M'Gee, David, engineer, of W. M'Gee & Son, Albion works — house 

Mossfield villa, Greenock road 
M'Gee, John, spirit merchant, 87 Canal street and 8 Wardrop st. — 

house 26 Georsre street 



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M'Gee, John, coal merchant and contractor, 32 King street 
M'Gee, Walter, engineer, of W. M'Gee & Son, Albion works — 

house Carnassarie, Mansion house road, Greenlaw 
M'Gee, Walter, miller, grain, hay, and straw merchant, Bridge 

Street Grain mills, 8 Bridge street — ho. 10 Greenlaw avenue; 

telephone No., 225 
M'Gee, Walter, & Son, engineers, millwrights, machine and tool 

makers, Albion works, Stoney brae. Telephone No., 137; 

telegraph, " Albion, Paisley." 
M'Geoch, Andrew, M.R.C.V.S., veterinary surgeon and burgh 

inspector, 3 and 4 Mill street — house 1 Christie street 
M'Geoch, David, & Son, horseshoers, jobbing smiths, and coach 

and van builders, Abercorn Carriage works, 3 and 4 Mill street 

(tel. No. 165). See advt. 
M'Geoch, David, M.R.C.V.S., veterinary surgeon, horse and cattle 

insurance agent, 1 Christie street 
M'Geoch, George, watchmaker & jeweller, 37 Wellmeadow — house 

Fereneze view, Mary street 
M'Geoch, James, coachbuilder, 3 and 4 Mill St. — ho. 1 Christie st. 
M'Geoch, John M'L., architectural apprentice, with W. D. 

M'Lennau — house 1 Christie street 
M'Geoch, L., paAvubroker's manager, 8 Greenlaw avenue 
M'Geoch, William, cashier to Pollock & Cochrane — house Fereneze 

view, Mary street 
M'George, John, baker and confectioner, 105 George street- 
house do. 
M'Ghee, A., machinery and commission merchant, 32 Old Sneddon 

—ho. 13 Old Sneddon 
M'Ghee, Bernard, grocer, 88 New Sneddon street — ho. Greenbank 

house 
M'Ghee, John, slater, 38 Storie street — house do. 
M'Ghee, Patrick, wine and spirit merchant, 13 Old Sneddon 
M'Ghee, Thomas, wine and spirit merchant, 3 Orchard street — ho. 

9 Johnston street 
M'Ghee, William, baker and purveyor, 47 High street — house 

9 Lady lane 
M'Ghee, William, builder, 17 Well street — house do. 
M'Gibbon, John, & Son, draper, 47 High street — ho. 4 William street 
M'Gibbon, Richard F., & Son., watchmakers and jewellers, 4 Moss 

street — house Glenham cottage, Whitehaugh drive 
M'Gibbon, William, 4 Calside street 

M'Ginnes, John, boot and shoemaker, 16 Lady lane — ho. do. 
M'Gill, Mrs. Alexander, dining-rooms, 8 Old Smithhills — house do. 
M'Gill, Archibald L., of R. Love & Co.— house 4 M'Kerrell street 



112 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 

M'Gill, Edward, coal merchant, Greenlaw station — house 8 Old 
Smithhills 

M'Gill, John, grain merchant, 12 Old Sneddon — house 65 Back 
Sneddon street 

M'Ginnigle, William, first janitor Camphill Public School — house 
17 Wardrop street 

M'Glade, Joseph, wine and spirit merchant, 14 Cotton street — 
house 9 do. 

M'Glade, William, wine and spirit merchant, 43 Moss street — ho. 
1 Kerr street 

M'Glashan, Alexander, tailor and clothier, 109 Causeyside — house 
34 Glen street 

M'Glashan, Duncan, launch builder and engineer, Clyde Machine 
works, Henderson street — house Southbank 

M'Glashan, James, manufacturer and warehouseman, 13 Causey- 
side — house do. 

M'Glinn, John, confectioner, 44 Storie street 

M'Gown, Adam, of Adam M'Gown & Son — house 1 7 Williamsburgh 

M'Gown, Adam, & Son, Government contractors and manufac- 
turers of engine-cleaning waste, sponge cloths, &c., Williams- 
burgh works 

M'Gown, Alexander B., accountant, insurance agent, and actuary of 
Savings Bank, Cross — house Dunalister, Castlehead (see advt.) 

M'Gown, Duncan, of Adam M'Gown & Son — house 30 Williams- 
burgh 

M'Gown, Mrs., Woodlands, Calside 

M'Gown, Mrs. John, Woodlands 

M'Gown, Mrs. William G., Camphill 

M'Gown, Thomas, cashier at James Harvey & Co.'s, Ltd. — house 
Glenellen, Barterholm 

M'Grath, J. P., Inland Revenue officer — house 8 St. Mirren street 

M'Grath, Mrs. Patrick, broker, 69 Back Sneddon 

M'Gregor, Charles, spirit merchant, 9 North Croft 

Macgregor, D., of M'Gregor & Kerr — house 23 Wellmeadow 

M'Gregor, Donald, of M'Gregor & Kerr, 23 Wellmeadow 

M'Gregor, Gregor, Lonend cottage 

M'Gregor, James, newsagent, 68 Causeyside — house do. 

Macgregor, James, clerk at Robert Brown & Son's, ho. 7 Sandholes 

Macgregor, John Ross, Lonend cottage 

M'Gregor & Kerr, cord manufacturers. Falcon works 

Macgregor, Misses, Lonend house 

MacGregor, Mrs James, 1 Royal terace 

M'Gregor, Mrs., private boarding-house, 12 Abbey Close 

Macgregor, R., 1a Laighpark 



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M'Gregor & Young, milliners, 23 Wellmeadow 

M'Gregor, Mrs., grocer, 1a Laighpark — house do. 

M'Grogan, Patrick, confectioner and fruiterer, 23 Gauze street — 

ho. 13 M'Kerrell street 
M'Guire, Mrs., dressmaker, 34 Wellmeadew 
M'Guire, William, tailor and clothier, 99 High street 
M'Houl, James, at Galbreath Bros. — ho. 3 M'Kierrell street 
M'Hutchison, David, grocer and provision merchant, 52 Broomlands 

— house 81 Broomlands 
M'llwham, James, funeral undertaker, 75 High street — ho. do. 
M'llwrick, William J., photographic artist, 98 High street — house 

2 Niddry street (see advt.) 
M''Indoe, Mrs., dairy, 7 Galloway street — house do. 
M'lunes, Donald, fancy goods dealer, 6 Storie street 
M'Innes, J. & W., joiners, Clavering street 
M'Innes, Mrs. John, The cottage, Sandholes 
M'Innes, John, wine and spirit merchant, 37 Ferguslie — house 

The cottage, Sandholes 
M'Innes, Mackenzie, & Lochhead, writers, 7 Gilmour street. 

Telephone No., 295 
M'Innes, Mary, confectioner, 57 Causeyside street 
M'Innes, William, of J. & W. M'Innes — house 12 Well street 
M'Intosh, A. S., leather merchant, 12 Newton street — house 97 

George street 
M'Intosh, John, general dealer, 28 St. James street — house do. 
M'Intosh, Mrs., cook and dairy, 97 George street 
Macintosh, Robert, warehouseman, at Logan & Gardner's — house 

4 Gladstone terrace 
M'Intosh, Robert, baker, 5 George street — ho. 24 Causeyside 
M'Intyre, Flora, matron, day nursery, 161 George street 
Macintyre, Geo., local SJra correspondent, 23 Argyle street 
M'Intyre, Isabella, teacher, Williamsburgh School — house Auchen- 

gower, Glasgow road 
M'Intyre, James, confectioner, 47 George street — house do. 
M'Intyre, James, juu., slater, 33 Glen street — ho. 132 George st. 
M'Intyre, Jno., flesher, 107 George street — house 36 Fulbar street, 

Renfrew 
M'Intyre, John, traveller to Robin & Houston Ltd. — ho. 21 Oakshaw 

street 
M'Intyre, Mrs. A., wine and spirit merchant, 37 Causeyside — ho. do. 
M'Intyre, Peter, hairdresser and tobacconist, 8 St. James place — 

house 18 Greenhill road 
M'Intyre, Peter, grocer and provision merchant, 99 Causeyside and 

34 Canal street — house 100 Causeyside street 

H 



114 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 

M'Intyre, Robert, flesher, 30 Canal street — house 5 Camphill 
M'lntyre, Thomas, warehouseraan, Glasgow — house Estinvar, 

Glasgow road 
M'Intyre, Thomas, boot and shoemaker, 13 Underwood road 
Macmtyre, AYilliam, jun., & Co., manufacturers of cardboards and 

surface papers — works Blackball mill 
M'Kaig, Thomas, brick manufacturer and builder, Victoria brick- 
works, 28 Love street — house St. Helen's, Greenock road 
M'Kay, A., draper, 3 Moss street — house East View villa 
M'Kay, Alexander, under manager to Merry & Cuninghame 

Limited — house Walkinshaw cottage, by Renfrew 
Mackay, D. A., joiner, 25 Abbey street — house 21 Well street 
Mackay, George, patternmaker, 14 Seedhill road 
Mackay, John, & Co., pawnbrokers, 32 Gauze street, 7 Broomlands, 

8 Back Sneddon, 12 Old Sneddon, 9 Abbey street, and 1 Queen 

street 
M'Kay, John, jun., outfitter, 3 Old Sneddon — house East View 

villa, Glasgow road 
Mackay, John, teacher, Camphill Public School-r— house 82 High st. 
Mackay, John, pipe-major 4th A. & S. Highlanders, Barracks, 

Glasgow road 
Mackay, Miss M. A., masseuse, 1 Johnston street 
Mackay, Neil, of John Mackay & Co., pawubrokei\s — ho. Norwood, 

Gourock 
Mackay, R E., & Co., stock and share brokers, 13 Moss street. 

Tele. No. 284; tel. address, "Scrip, Paisley" — house 11 

Whitehaugh terrace 
M'Kean, Agnes, wine and spu'it merchant, 75 Broomlands — house 

Castlehead 
M'Kean, James, cashier at Campbell & Calderwood's — house 3 

Buchanan terrace 
MacKean, James A., J.P., Maryfield, Calside 

MacKean, Jas. A. D., of Wm. MacKean, Ltd., 8 Garthlaud place 
M'Kean, James, & Son, wine and spirit merchants, 63 Causeyside 

and 50 Love street — house Newtonbank, Castlehead 
M'Kean, John, baker, 8 Carriagehill — house do. 
M'Kean, Margaret F., wine and spirit merchant, 100 George street 

— house Newtonbank, Castlehead 
M'Kean, Miss, 36 High street 
MacKean, Miss, 3 Greenlaw avenue 
MacKean, Mrs. "William, 8 Garthland place 
MacKean, Norman M., of Wm. MacKean Ltd. — house 7 King 

street (west) 
MacKean, Robert, baker, 52 Caledonia street — house 18 Well street 



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MacKean, William, Ltd., starch manufacturers, St. Mirren's Starch 

works, Macdowall street 
M'Kean, William, baker, 4 Old Smithhills — house do. 
MacKean, Wm. Muir, of Wm. MacKean, Ltd., Milton house, Love st. 
M'Kechnie, James, confectioner, 20 Great Hamilton street — ho. do. 
M'Kechnie, Joseph, wine and spirit merchant, 10 Old Smithhills 
M'Kechnie, William, wine and spirit merchant, Waverley bar, 15 

Gilmour street — house 52 High street 
M'Kechnie, W., foreman dyer, Lylesland cottage 
M'Kellar, Agnes, teacher Camphill School — ho. Greenhill cottage, 

Underwood road 
M'!Kellar, Archibald, licensed grocer, 84 Causeyside — house 27 

George street 
M'Kellar, Daniel, grocer, 28 George street — ho. Greenhill cottage, 

Underwood 
MacKellar, Daniel, provision merchant, 35 High street — house 

Trigney, Ralston 
MacKellar, Daniel, licensed grocer, 12 Broomlands — house Trigney, 

Ralston 
M'Kellar, Duncan, church officer of Free Gaelic church — house 

11 West Buchanan street 
MacKellar, Joseph J., of William Johuston & Co. — ho. Arkleston 

road 
MacKellar, Matthew H., wine merchant, 35 High street — house 

Trigney, Ralston 
Mackellar, J. Douglas, music teacher, local representative Victoria 

College of Music, London, 11 M'Kerrell street 
M'Kendrick, William, boot and shoemaker, 13 Newton street — 

house 14 do. 
M'Keuna, Peter, jun., wine and spirit merchant. Imperial bar, 25 

New street 
Mackenzie, Alexander, of M'Innes, Mackenzie, & Lochhead — ho. 

St. Catherine's, Stanely road 
Mackenzie, Alexander Roderick, M.A., LL.B., of M'Innes, Mac- 
kenzie, & Lochhead — house St. Catherine's, Stanely road 
Mackenzie, Annie, teacher. Grammar School — ho. 22 St. James st. 
Mackenzie, Archibald, of Mackenzie Brothers — house Milliken, 

Johnstone 
Mackenzie Brothers, starch and corn flour manufacturers, Abercorn 

works, Renfrew road, and Caledonia works, Murray street 
Mackenzie, Daniel, of Mackenzie Brothers — house Milliken, 

Johnstone 
Mackenzie, Evelyn F., teacher, Williamsburgh school — house 22 

St. James street 



116 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 

Mackenzie, George S., of Mackenzie Brothers — ho. North Greenhill 
M'Kenzie, Hector, wine and spirit merchant, 48 High st. — ho. do. 
M'Kenzie, Hugh, tailor and clothier, South Parish Session Clerk, 

88 Causeyside — house do. 
Mackenzie, James, cashier Paisley Parish Council — house 18 New 

Stock street 
Mackenzie, M. K., photographer, Greenlaw avenue — house 3 

Greenlaw terrace 
M'Kenzie, Mary M., assistant teacher, Ferguslie Half-time School — 

house 22 St. James street 
Mackenzie, William, writer at R. & T. Russell's — house White- 

haugh drive 
MacKerraeher, James G., secretary and treasurer Good Templar 

Halls Trust, 15 Seedhill road 
M'Kie, James, cattle dealer, 2 Maxwellton st. — ho. 14 Broomlands 
Mackie, Miss, confectioner, 2 Smithhills — 7 Whitehaugh terrace 
Mackie, Robert, town's foreman causewayer, 3 Abbey terrace 
M'Kie, William, cowfeeder and cattle dealer, 13 Ferguslie 
M'Kim Brothers, brush and mop manufacturers and waste dealers, 

Hawkhead road 
M'Kim, Mrs. Eliza., china merchant, 28 Causeyside — house 

Jannetta cottage, Hawkhead road 
M'Kim, Samuel, of M'Kim Bros. — house Janetta cottage, Hawk- 
head road 
M'Kim, William, of M'Kim Bros. — house Crookston view 
M'Kinlay, Duncan, chief sanitary inspector for the First or Upper 

District of Renfrewshire — office County buildings — house 5 

Mavisbank terrace 
M'Kinlay, John, merchant, Glasgow — house 6 Buchanan terrace 
M'Kinlay, M., milliner and dressmaker, 29 High street — house 

Deanville, Greenlaw drive 
M'Kinlay, Miss, 43 Oakshaw street 
M'Kinlay, William, fishing-tackle maker, 4 Silk street 
M'Kinlay, H. G., commission agent, Glasgow — house, Wallacelea, 

Glasgow road 
M'Kinlay, R., T. P., 28 Caledonia street 
M'Kinlay, William, 9 Lonend 

M'Kinnon, Lachlau, accountant and book-keeper at M'Innes, Mac- 
kenzie, & Lochhead's — house 3 Whitehaugh terrace 
M'Kinnon, Donald, stationer and tobacconist, 15 Neilston road 
M'Lachlan, A., gardener to Stewart Clark, Kilnside lodge 
M'Lachlan, Elizabeth, teacher, South Public School — house 4 Stow 

place 
M'Lachlan, John, of Bow, M'Lachlan, & Co. — house Saucel bank 



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M'Lachlan, John, flesher, 14 Broomlands — house 7 Clavermg st. 
M'Lachlan, John, wine and spirit merchant, 70 Broomlands 
M'Lachlan, John, tenor vocalist and pianoforte tuner, 21 St. James 

street 
M'Lachlan, Mrs., confectioner and fruiterer, 14 Carriagehill — ho. do 
M'Lachlan, Robert, grocer, 2 Broomlands — house 7 Clavering st. 
M'Lachlan, Thomas, confectioner, 20 Wallace street — house 56 

Caledonia street 
M'Lauchlan, Christina, furnishings, 46 Calside 
M'Lauchlan, James, broker, 6 and 7 New Smithhills — house 5 do. 
M'Lauchlan, James, H. P., 10 Lady lane 

M'Lauchlan, John, jobbing gardener, 2 Bute place — house do. 
M'Lauchlan, Matthew, inspector of musketry. Barracks, Glasgow rd. 
M'Lauchlan, M. & J., dressmakers, 63 George street 
Maclachlan, R. B., coal merchant, Glasgow — house 4 Williamsburgh 
M'Laughlin, William, superintendent Victoria lodging house, 3 

New Sneddon street — house 1 Niddry street 
M'Laughlin, William, grocer, 3 New Sneddon street — house 1 

Niddry street 
M'Lardie, David, of James M'Lardie & Sons — house Lagna Craig 

cottage, Meikleriggs 
M'Lardie, James, & Sons, dyers, scourers, and finishers, Meikleriggs 

works 
M'Laren, David, reporter and agent " N. B. Daily Mail " office — 

house 12 Whitehead street 
M'Laren, Janet, confectioner, 29 New street 
M'Laren, John, sheriff officer, 23 School wynd — house 699 New 

City road, Glasgow 
M'Larty, Edward, of Ferguson, Shaw, & Sons, and the Gleniffer 

Soap Co. — house 20 Queen's crescent, Cathcart, Glasgow 
M'Lay, James, provision merchant, 35 Wellmeadow 
M'Lay, James, wine and spirit merchant, 5 and 6 Old Smithhills — 

house 42 Caledonia street 
M'Lay, Margaret, confectioner, 18 Lady lane — house do. 
M'Lean, Alexander, sanitary inspector, First (or Upper) District 

of Renfrewshire, County buildings — house 8 Janefield place 
M'Lean, Andrew, pattern designer, 15 Gauze street 
M'Lean, Angus, ironmonger and tool merchant, 32 and 33 Moss 

street; telephone No. 237 — house 34 Moss street 
M'Lean, Charles, wright and builder, East Buchanan street — house 

Roselea, Renfrew road 
Maclean, Daniel, manager at Fleming & Ferguson's, Ltd. — house 8 

Buchanan terrace 
Maclean, Donald, curator and observer, The Coats Observatory 



118 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 

Maclean, Donald, agent, National Bank of Scotland Limited, 5 

High street — house Brownfield, Bishopton 
M'Lean, James, tailor and clothier, 33 High st. — ho. 2 Church pi. 
M'Lean, James, grocer and provision merchant, 14 Wellmeadow — 

house do. 
M'Lean, John, boot and shoemaker, 46 Well street — house do. 
M'Lean, John, wine and spirit merchant, 1 Gauze street and 27 

Lawn street — house Anna villa, Greenock road 
M'Lean, John, grocer and provision merchant, 75 Love street and 

38 Underwood road — ho. Viewfield, Chapelhill 
M'Lean, J. R., warehouseman at "Walkers & Co.'s — house 10 White- 

haugh terrace 
M'Lean, John S., 13 West brae 

M'Lean, Mrs. Finlay, hosier and dressmaker, 26 Causeyside 
M'Lean, Mrs., dressmaker, 38 Underwood 
M'Lean, Robert, 8 Janefield place 
M'Lean, William, clerk, National Bank of Scotland — house 15 

Gauze street 
M'Learie, Mrs., furnished lodgings, 14 High street 
M'Leish & M'Taggart, ironfounders, Victoria foundry, M'Gown st. 
M'Leish, Robert B., of M'Leish & M'Taggart — ho. 13 Caledonia St. 
M'Lelland, Archibald, confectioner, 21 Glen st. — ho. do. 
M'Lellan, Hugh, coal and wood merchant, 23 Lady lane, and 

broker, 28 Castle street — house 28 Castle street 
MacLennan, Donald, office sergeant, County buildings — house 2 

St. James street 
M'Lennan, T. B., manufacturer, 113 Causeyside — house Craigellen, 

Carriagehill drive 
M'Lennan, William B., commission agent — ho. Pairholme, Castlehead 
M'Lennan, W. D., architect. Masonic buildings, 96 High street — 

house Craigellen, Carriagehill drive 
M'Leod, Ann, clothes mangier, 6 Love street 
M'Leod, James, dairyman, 4 Silk street — house do. 
M'Leod, Mrs. Mary, vdne and spirit merchant, 14 Neilston road — 

house 3 Lylesland terrace 
M'Leod, Robert C, wine and spirit merchant, 7 Renfrew street — 

house 89 Causeyside 
M'Lerie, John, janitor. Paisley Liberal Club, 90 High street 
M'Lerie, Thomas, oil, coal and general merchant, 1 Ferguslie walk 
M'Lintock, George, slater, 13 Johnston street — ho. 85 Canal st. 
M'Lintock, John, slater, 36 Gordon's lane — house 17 Orchard st. 
M'Lune, William, boot and shoemaker, 23 Carriagehill 
M'Luskie, James, painter, 66 Broomlands — house 2 Knox street 
M'Luskie, John, superintendent of Slaughter-house, Springbank rd. 



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M'Luskie, Peter, flesber, 5 St. James street —house do. 
Macmaster, J., postmaster — house Newtonville, Hawkhead road 
M'Menemy, Mrs., confectioner, 6 Glen street — house do. 
M'Millan, Dougal, cowfeeder, 6 Caledonia street — house o do. 
M'Millau, Duncan, at Smith Bros. — house 5 East Croft 
Macmillan, James P., Urlar, Mansion house road 
M'Millan, John, confectioner, 41 New street— house do. 
M'Millan, John, sen., foreman at Greenlaw goods station — house 

1 Underwood 
M'Millan, John, jun., cashier. Joint Lines, at Greenlaw goods 

istation — house 4 Russell street 
M'Millan, John, confectioner, 35 Wellmeadow — house 15 do. 
M'Millan, John, baker, 29 Canal street — house 5 Campbill 
M'Millan, J, G., baker, 56 Causey side street 
M'Millan, Mary, fancy goods merchant, 31 Cotton street 
M'Millan, Thomas, baker, 103 Causeyside — house 17 Causeyside 
M'Millan, William, cork manufacturer, 32 High street — house 

3 Park terrace. Underwood road 
M'Minigle, Henry, contractor and coal merchant, 6 Canal street 
M'Minigle, John, traveller at John Spence & Sons — ho. 6 Canal street 
M'Murchie, Miss, dressmaker, 1 Storie street — house do. 
M'Murrich, Robert, farmer, Gockstou 
M'Murtrie, Robert, draper's salesman, 1 Old Smithhills — house 1 

Royal terrace 
M'Nab, George C, pianoforteandharmonium tuner, 48 Causeyside 
M'Nab, Mrs. Agnes, wine and spirit merchant, 26 Carriagehill — 

house do. 
M'Nab, Lizzie, teacher. North Public School — house Stanley place 
M'Nab, James Orr, tinsmith, plumber, and beam and scale maker, 

8 Old Sneddon — house 2 East Croft 
M'Nab, James Orr, bandmaster and music teacher — ho. 2 East Croft 
M'Nair, Alex., traveller to Hugh Lambie — ho. 9 Hillview place 
M'Nair, Alex., carrier, Ellenlea, Meikleriggs 
M'Nair, Alexander, undertaker to William Young, 43 Gordon's 

lane — house 36 Causeyside 
M'Nair, Angus, teacher Ferguslie Public School— house Meikle- 

riggs terrace 
M'Nair & Co., Paisley and Glasgow carriers, 13 Thread street, 

62 Mitchell street, and 43 Virginia street, Glasgow 
Macnair & Crawford, writers, 12 High street 
M'Nair, Duncan, Annfield place 
M'Nair, Plugh, farmer, Meikleriggs 
M'Nair, Miss Kate, teacher, South Public school — house Annfield 

place, Espedair 



120 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 

M'Nair, John, & Co., coachbuilders, 46 High street 

Macnair, T. Dun, of Macnair & Crawford — house Annfield place 

M'Nair, D., & Sons, family grocers and provision merchants, 12 St. 

James place, 50 George street ; wholesale warehouse, 4 ISt. 

James street — house 12 St. James place 
M'Nair, William, of Armstrong & M'Nair — house 2 Caledonia st. 
M'Nair, William, traveller, 9 Hill view place 
M'Nair, William, jun., agent for Lancashire Insurance Co. — 

house 32 Glen street 
M'Nair, William, family grocer, 63 George street and 21 Well- 
meadow — house 27 Broomlands 
M'Naught, Alexander, draper, 86 Causeyside street — house 23 Moss 

street 
M'Naught, James, boot and shoemaker, 7 Orchard street — house 

10 Storie street 
M'Naught, Margaret, furniture dealer, 38 New street 
M'Naught, Mary, 15 Gilmour street 
M'Naughtan, Alexander, joiner and timber merchant, 6 New 

Smithhills — house 7 do. 
M'Naughton, Alfred, writer and notary public, of M'Naughton, 

Lochhead & M'Callum — house 8 Janefileld place 
M'Naughton, Angus, confectioner, 28 Seedhill road 
M'Naughtan, Arthur, superintendent of Fire Brigade — house Fire 

Station, Johnston street 
M'Naughtan, James, at David Murray & Son's — house 1 Caledonia 

street 
M'Naughton, George, photographer, 21 Gauze street — house do. 
M'Naughton, Henry, cooper and general dealer, Hawkhead road 
M'Naughton, James, 1 Caledonia place 

M'Naughton, Lochhead & M'Callum, writers, 95 High street 
M'Nee, John B., flesher, 41 Caledonia street — house 20 do. 
M'Nee, Margaret B., assistant teacher Ferguslie Half-time School 

— ho. 20 Caledonia street 
M'Neil, George, joiner, 32 High street — house 22 Argyle street 
M'Neil, James, feuar, 30 Oakshaw street 
M'Neil, John, Benclutha, Glasgow road 
M'Neil, Mrs. J., dressmaker, 52 Canal street - house do. 
M'Neil, Mrs. R., 4 Bank street 

M'Neilage, Miss, of Lyons & M'Neilage — house 29 St. James st. 
M'Neish, Elizabeth, laundry, 21 West street 
M'Nish, Alexander, boot and shoe manufacturer, 95 High street — 

house 37 Wellmeadow 
M'Nish, John, writer, 9 Moss street — house 7 Buchanan terrace 
M'Nish, Mrs. Ann, 7 Buchanan terrace 



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M'Nish, William, boot and shoe manufacturer, 5 County place and 

41 Moss street — house 9 Moss street 
M'Phail, H., jun., violinist, 37 Storie street 
M'Phail, Hugh, cloth and yarn merchant, and confectioner, 37 

Storie street 
M'Phee, Alexander, blacksmith, Nethercraigs 
M'Pherson, Alexander, saddler, 35 Causeyside — house do 
M'Pherson, Duncan, cowfeeder and carting contractor, Gribbie's 

bush, King street 
Macpherson, George T., traveller for The Gleniffer Soap Co. — ho. 

3 Lylesland terrace 
Macpherson, H., representative at Edinburgh for Robert Brown & 

Son — house 13 Clarence street, Edinburgh 
Macpherson, James, & Co., blacking, fire-lighter, and fly-paper 

manufacturers, Marshall's lane 
M'Pherson, John, clerk to Sacell Brewery Co. — ho. 1 Douglas st. 
M'Pherson, Mrs. Joseph, 6 Broomlands 
M'Pherson, Rev. William, minister of Free Gaelic Church — house 

Free Gaelic Manse, Calside 
M'Pherson, Miss Agnes,. dress and mantle maker, 50 Love st. 
M' Queen, David B., 15 Gilmour street 
M'Rae, Alex., captain and quartermaster, Staff barracks — house 

Overwood, Williamsburgh 
MacRobert, Harry, with MacRobert, Son, & Hutchison, writers — 

house Lounsdale 
MacRobert, Thomas, jun., of MacRobert, Son, & Hutchison, writer 

and notary public, Depute-Clerk of the Peace for Renfrew- 
shire, joint clerk of the Burgh School Board ; tele. No. 273 — • 

house 2 Calside terrace ; house telephone No. 280 
MacRobert, Son, & Hutchison, writers and notaries public, clerks 

to the Burgh School Board, County buildings, Love street 
M'Rory, John, draper, 15 Neilston road — house 21 Glenview, 

Barterholm 
M'Stravick, David, feuar, 11 Albert place, Espedair 
M'Stravick, William, tailor and clothier, 4 Albion street 
M'Taggart, Daniel, tailor and clothier, 8 Orr square — house 36 

High street 
M'Taggart, Jane, fishmonger, 13 Kilnside road — ho. 16 Cotton st. 
M'Taggart, John, jun , at Coats Bros. — house 22 Underwood 
M'Taggart, John, of M'Leish & M'Taggart — ho. 8 Buchanan ter. 
M'Taggart, John, janitor. East Public school — house 16 Cotton st. 
M'Taggart, John, foreman patternmaker to Campbell & Calder- 

wood — house 22 Underwood road 
M'Taggart, John, fishmonger, 79 Broomlands — house 22 Well street 



122 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 

M'Taggart, John, at Coat Bros. — house 22 Underwood 

M'Taggart, L., fishmonger, 2 Neilston street and 62 Causeyside — 
ho. 1 Stevenson st. 

M'Taggart, Lauchlan, successor to William Peattie, tailor and 
clothier, 2 Gilmour street— house 16 High street 

M'Vey, Daniel, mason and builder, 21 West street 

M'Walter. Alex., clerk to J. & P. Coats (Ltd.)— house 4 Glad- 
stone terrace 

M'Walter, Allan, 51 Caledonia street 

M'Walter, Mrs. Robert, Rosehill, Falside 

M'Whinnie, John, carver and gilder, 82 High street — house do. 

M' William, Alex., of J. & J. M' William, wine and sj^irit merchants, 
38 Queen street, Glasgow — house Monkshaw, Renfrew road 

M' William, Mrs. John. Fairfield, Gateside 

NAIRN, Archibald, secretary to A. F. Craig & Co., Limited — 

house 13 Abbey street 
Nairn, Mary, fruiterer and confectioner, 41 High street 
Nairn, Thomas, 13 Abbey street 

Naismith & Scott, wholesale and retail drapers, 86 High street 
Naismith, William, of Naismith & Scott — house Maryville, Crookston 
Nardi, Mariano, ice cream and ginger beer manufacturer, 38 High 

street — house do. 
Nardini, P., ice cream merchant, 15 Moss street, 2 New street, and 

46.Caledonia street — house 38 Moss street 
National Bank of Scotland Limited, 5 High street (corner of St. 

Mirren street) — Donald Maclean, agent 
National Telephone Company (Limited), Terrace buildings ; Jno. 

D. Miller, local manager 
Needham, James, warehousman with W. Cochran & Co. — house 4 

Phillips street 
Neil, Archibald, mill foreman to J. & P. Coats (Ltd.) — house 98 

George street ^, 

Neil, John, bottler, Ferguslie walk — house 103 George street 
Neil, Mrs., dressmaker, Rosebery place 
Neilson, Alexander, at John Lang's, 110 George street — house 14 

Clavering street 
Neilson, A., & Co., ironmongers, 109 High st. ; telephone No. 199 
Neilson, Agnes, teacher. New Sneddon Public School — house 3 

Greenlaw avenue 
Neilson, Alexander, wine and spirit merchant, 2 New Sneddon — 

house 4 Greenlaw avenue 
Neilson, John, of A. Neilson & Co., 109 High street — house 10 

Blythswood drive 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 123 

Neilson, Mary, of A. Neilson & Coy. — liouse Kosebank cottage, 

Calside 
Neilson, M., & Co., carvers, gilders, and artists' colourmen, 85 

High street 
Neilson, Mrs., 3 Greenlaw avenue 
Neilson, Robert, clerk at Fleming & Ferguson's Ltd. — liouse 4 

Buchanan terrace 
Neilson, Thomas, of A. Neilson & Co. — house 18 Kilnside road 
Neilson, William M., inspector of agents, Royal Insurance Co., 

Glasgow — house 85 High street 
Nelson, Alexander, The Lodge, Auchentorlie 
Nelson, James, & Son, Ltd., butchers, 6 Moss street 
Ness, Thomas, clerk at J. & P. Coats (Ltd.) — ho. 12 Neilston st. 
New, The, Club, 6 Forbes place 
New Sneddon Lodging-houses for respectable men, 3 New Sneddon, 

and Brownhall house, 93 New Sneddon 
Newby, Mrs., dressmaker, 37 Wellmeadovv street 
Newton, William, grocer and spirit merchant, 34 Glen street 
Newton, John B. C, of William Foulds & Co. Ltd. — house Man- 

dala, Arkleston road 
Nicol, D. S., of W. Caldwell & Co. — house Darvel house, Steven- 
son street 
Nicol, Hamilton A., grocer and ham curer, 21 Gauze street — ho. 

6 Whitehaugh terrace 
Nicol, Maxwell, manager, Paisley and District Billposting Coy., 

13 Wellmeadow 
Nicol, Robert, grocer and provision merchant, 5 Old Sneddon — 

house Marielea villa, Greenlaw drive 
Nicol, Walter S., accountant, Commercial Bank of Scotland, Limited 

— house 4 Greenlaw terrace 
Nicol, Mrs. William, licensed grocer, 5 Maxwell street— house 5 

Underwood road 
Nicolson, John, commission agent, 38 Queen street, Glasgow — 

house Marylea, Calside 
Nicolson, John, shoemaker, 3 Springbank road — house 6 do. 
Nicolson, William M., clerk at Savings Bank — ho. 6 M'Intyre place 
Nicholson, William, 11 Abbey terrace 
Nimmo, John, collector, Scottish Legal Life Assurance Society, 36 

George street 
Nisbet, Mrs. Margaret, pawnbroker, 24 Gauze street — house 7 do. 
Nisbet, Robert, assistant stationmaster Gilmour street station — 

house 1 Crossfiat terrace 
Nithsdale, William H., Inland Revenue officer — house 11 Green- 
law avenue 



124 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 

Niven, Mrs. William, salt merchant, 66 George street 
Niven, Robert, boot and shoemaker, 4 Barr street — house do. 
Nixon, Simon, cloth merchant, 24 Canal street — house do. 
Noble, Alexander, greengrocer, 36 Underwood road — house do. 
Noble, Henry, jun., produce merchant, of Stich, Noble, & Co., 

Great Clyde street, Glasgow — house Oldhall, Ralston 
Noble, Henry, & Son, wholesale provision merchants, 7 Cotton st. 

— house Oldhall, Ralston 
Noble, James, blacksmith and horseshoer, 90 George st. — house 38 

Broomlands 
Noble, John, teacher, Camphill School — house 5 Park terrace, 

Underwood 
Noble, John William, electrical engineer— house 5 Underwood rd. 
Noble, Mary, confectioner, 76 High street 
Noble, Robert, spirit merchant, 6 Cotton street — ho. 25 Caledonia 

street 
Noble, T., of Henry Noble & Son — house Oldhall, Ralston 
Noble, William, with David Logan & Son, Ltd. — ho. 38 Broomlands 
North British Daily and Weekly Mail Office, 4 County place — David 

M'Laren, reporter and agent — house 12 Whitehead street 
North British and Mercantile Insurance Company, 102 St. Vincent 

street, Glasgow — David L. Laidlaw, manager (see advt.) 
North British Railway Company, Canal goods station — Andrew 

Whitehead, agent 
Notman, Miss, teacher of music, Nether park, Calside 
Notman, Mrs. W. J., teacher of music, 16 Underwood road 

OAKES, David, of Sale & Co., 109 High street— ho. 8 Phillips st 
Oakes, Robert, shoemaker, 5 Wellmeadow and 4 Storie street — 

house 34 Lady lane 
Oakshaw Memorial hall, 16 West brae — Hugh Gray, keeper, 42 

Wellmeadow 
Observatory (The Coats), Oakshaw street — the gift of the late 

Mr. Thomas Coats to the Philosophical Institution — Donald 

Maclean, curator and observer 
Officer, James, packer at J. & P. Coats Limited — ho. 53 Broomlands 
Ogilvie, G., resident teacher, Industrial school — house do. 
Orchardson, Mrs. John, Caledonia cottage, Greenock road 
Orchardson, John, 82 Seedhill road 
Orchardson, Robert, grocer and provision merchant, 62 Causeyside 

— house Burnpark, Lylesland 
Orr, Daniel, carting agent for Caledonian Railway Co., goods 

stations Greenlaw and St. James 
Orr, Daniel, West lodge, Ralston 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 125 

Orr, George, bookkeeper, Co-operative Manufacturing Society Ltd. 

— house 3 Mavisbank terrace, Blackball 
Orr, James, builder and contractor, George place — ho. do. 
Orr, James, at James Robertson & Son's — house 11 Albert place, 

Espedair 
Orr, Miss, bookseller and tobacconist, 29 Canal street — house 37 

Storie street 
Orr, Robert, greengrocer, 3 Lawn street 
Osborne, James, church officer of St. George's Church — house 7 

George street 
Osborne, William, painter and decorator, 23 Wellmeadow street — ■ 

house 12 Greenlaw avenue 
Oswald, William W., builder, 10 Glenview 

O'Donnell, Charles, fishmonger, 69 Love street — ho. 12 Middle lane 
O'Donnell, Mrs. James, confectioner, 12 Dyers' wynd — house Carlile 

house, New Sneddon street 
O'Hara, Hugh, restaurant, 92 New Sneddon — ho. 1 Douglas ter. 
O'May, Andrew, foreman, Gazette office — house 18 Well street 
O'Neill, Charles, grocer and spirit merchant, 51 George street — 

house 27 Storie street 
O'Neill, James, of Alex. H. Park & Co. — ho. Annfield pi., Lylesland 
O'Neill, James, wine and spirit merchant, 12 Saucel — house 132 

George street 
O'Riley, William, boot and shoemaker, 29 Canal street 
O'Sullivan, P., Inland Revenue officer, School Wynd — house 4 

Allison place 

PAISLEY Asylum, Craw road, Calside — John Calder, governor 
Paisley Auction Mart, 13 Storie street — Robert Wilson & Laird, 

auctioneers — office 97 High street 
Paisley Brick Coy., 12 St. Mirren street 
Paisley Clothing Co., merchant tailors, 94 High street 
Paisley Co-operative Manufacturing Society — warehouse and offices, 
114 and 115 Causeyside, telegraphic address "Distribution," 
telephone No. 127 ; works Colinslee, telegraphic address 
"Production," telephone No. 128. Branches — No. 1, 15 
Broomlands ; No. 2, 10 Neilston road ; No. 3, 11 Kilnside road 
Paisley and District Billpostiug Coy. — M. Nicol, manager, 13 

Wellmeadow 
" Paisley Daily Express " offices, 12 Causeyside and 12 Forbes pi. 
Paisley (The) Directory Office, 94 High street — J. & J. Cook, 

publishers 
Paisley Loan Co., 4 Gordon's lane and 30 Causeyside — G. F. 
Lochhead & Co., proprietors 



126 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 



Paisley Labour Party Rooms, Cumberland court, Causeyside 
Paisley Masonic Hall Co., Ltd. — secretary and treasurer, G-eorge 

Fisher — registered office, 4 Mansfield place 
Paisley Parish Poorhouse, Craw road, Calside — John Calder, 

governor; John M. Campbell, inspector. Parish Council offices 
Paisley Parish Poor-Rates Office, Parish Council buildings, Max- 
well street — John Robertson, collector 
" Paisley and Renfrewshire Gazette " Office, 94 High street — J. & 

J. Cook, publishers 
Paisley Sugar Company, glucose manufacturers, St. Mirren's Works, 

Macdowall street 
Paisley Theatre — J. H. Savile ; telephone No. 222 
Palatine Insurance Co., Limited. — district agent, Matthew Muir, 

2 Janefield place 
Palmer, Thomas W., manager, Stead & Simpson, Ltd. — house 4 

Clyde terrace, Glasgow 
Payn, D. E., Captain, adjutant 2nd V.B.A. & S H., Drill Hall, 

High street 
Parish Council Office — J. M. Campbell, inspector — 62 and 63 Back 

Sneddon 
Park, Alexander, farmer, Turningshaw, by Johnstone 
Park, Alex. H. & Co., wholesale grocers and tea merchants, 111 

Causeyside 
Park, Mrs., spirit merchant, 12 St. James place — house 8 Buchanan 

terrace 
Park, Robert, stationery, furnishing, and smallwares, 1 Bute place 

— house 9 South Campbell street 
Park, Rev. George, Middle Parish Church — manse 2 Garthland pi. 
Park, Walter 8., farmer, Hatton, Bishopton 
Parkinson, Arthur, mill manager. Mansion house road 
Parlane, A. Wilson, at J. & R. Parlane's — ho. Castlehead 
Parlane ^ Kerr, silk mercers and wholesale and retail drapers, 

10 High street ; telephone No. 179 (see advt.) 
Parlane, J. & R., printers, bookbinders, paper-rulers, and book- 
sellers, 97 High street ; works, School wynd ; tele. No. 204 
Parlane, James, of J. & R. Parlane — house West brae 
Parlane, James B., at J. & R. Parlane's — ho. Castlehead 
Parlane, John, manager at J. & R. Parlane's — ho. Castlehead 
Parlane, Mrs. J. T., 3 Greenlaw avenue 
Parlane, Robert B., of J. & R. Parlane — ho. Castlehead 
Parr, John R., clerk to T. & R. Graham, 4 Bridge street — house 

10 Neilston road 
Partington, William, colour maker to Ronald, Jack, & Co. — house 

12 Blythswood drive 



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Paterson, Alexander, of Alex. Begg & Co. — house Sherwood 
Paterson, Alexander, jun., of Alex. Begg & Co.'s- ho. 8 Greenlaw 

avenue 
Paterson, Alexander, wine and spirit merchant, 56 Broomlands — 

house 5 East lane 
Paterson, Andrew, grocer, 2 St. Mary's terrace, Colinslee road — ho. 

21 Grlenview, Barterholm 
Paterson, Andrew, of Robert Paterson & Son, 10 Oakshaw street 
Paterson, A., cabinetmaker and upholsterer — house Ingleneuk, 

Glasgow road 
Paterson, Cooper, & Co., electrical engineers. Thistle works, 

Abbotsinch 
Paterson, A., hosier, 11 Moss street — house 9 Phillips street 
Paterson, David, broker, 17 Broomlands 
Patterson, George, confectioner and stationer, 67 George street — 

house do. 
Paterson, Jane, confectioner, 24 Maxwellton street 
Paterson, John, of Alexander Begg & Co. — ho. Sherwood 
Paterson, John, & Co., upholsterers and cabinetmakers, 4 West 

brae — house 14 Wellmeadow 
Paterson, John, printer and stationer, 24 Maxwellton street 
Paterson, Jonathan, clerk with J. & P. Coats, Ltd. — house 81 

Broomlands street 
Paterson, Rev. John, M.A., minister of Free South Church — Free 

South manse, Calside 
Paterson, Joseph, cabinetmaker and upholsterer, 94 Causeyside and 

42 Gordon's lane — house Ingle-neuk cottage, Glasgow road 

(see advt.) 
Paterson, Maggie U., teacher, South School — ho. 20 Glenview ter. 
Paterson, M., & Co., umbrella manufacturers, 98| George street 
Paterson, Mrs., certificated midwife, 17 Seedhill road 
Paterson, Miss J., confectioner, 10 Moss street — ho. 9 Phillips street 
Paterson, Nurse, 17 Seedhill road (top flat) 

Paterson, Robert, & Son, auctioneers, valuators, and land sur- 
veyors, 27 Orchard street 
Paterson, Robert, 'bus proprietor — stables 7 Clark street — ho. 40 

Clark street 
Paterson, Robert M., Speirsfield 

Patterson, Samuel, general draper, 3 Silk street — ho. 14 Thread st. 
Paterson, Sons, & Co., pianoforte and harmonium dealers and 

music sellers. Terrace buildings, 109 High street — W. J. 

Fraser, manager (see advt.) 
Paterson, William A., teacher of shorthand John Neilson Institu- 
tion — house Ashbourne, Arkleston road 



128 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 

Paterson, William A., reporter " Paisley Daily Express " and cor- 
respondent for "Glasgow Daily Record" — house Ashbourne, 

Arklestou road 
Paterson, William, wine and spirit merchant, 162 George street 
Paterson, William, of Andrew Foulds & Son, 5 Abbey street — 

house The Beeches, Mansion-house road 
Paton, David, & Co,, rope and tassel manufacturers, Carriagehill 

house 
Paton, George F., clerk and cashier, 3 Stirling street 
Paton, James, foreman fitter at Campbell and Calderwood's — house 

29 Caledonia street 
Paton, James, mill foreman, 4 Fergnslie buildings 
Paton, James, jun., printer and stationer, 92 High street ; printing 

office Cumberland court — house Norville, Biackhall 
Paton, John, joiner, 12 Seedhill road 
Paton, John, secretary Co-operative Manufacturing Society Ltd. — 

ho. 5 Whitehead st 
Paton, Mrs. John, stationer and toy merchant, 8 Moncrieif street — 

house do. 
Paton, Robert,maker of packing-cases and tins for biscuits, corn-flour, 

&c.,Espedair works, Causeyside street, telephone No. 67 — ho. 

Westerlea, Suunyside (see advt.) 
Paton, Samuel, confectioner, 31 George street 
Paton, William, clerk. Royal Bank — house 3 Stirling street 
Patrick, Jessie J., teacher, Williamsburgh Public school — house 1 

Crossfiat terrace 
Patrick, William N., baker, cook, confectioner, and purveyor, 69 

Broomlancls (see advt.) 
Pattinson, James, Mus. Bac, Cantab., organist and teacher of 

music at Grammar school — house 1 Greenlaw avenue 
Pattison, Alex., foreman moulder to Fullerton, Hodgart, & 

Barclay (Limited) — house 2 Hamilton street 
Pattison, David D., grocer, 1 Cotton street — house 6 Bank street 
Pattison, John, writer, and town clerk of Barrhead — offices 23 Moss 

street, telephone No. 275 ; and Municipal chambers, Barrhead, 

telephone No. 19 — house Bute villa, Greenlaw drive, telephone 

No. 19 
Pattison, Thomas, 9 Castle street 

Pattison, William, builder, 2 Espedair street — ho. 10 Stevenson st. 
Paul, James, broker, 13 New Smithhills — house 16 Abercorn street 
Paul, Matthew, 45 High street 
Paul, William, clerk at Abercorn foundry — house 11 Whitehaugh 

terrace 
Paul, William, grocer, 33 George street — house do. 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY, 129 



Paxton, Matthew, & Sons, wine and spirit merchants, 95 Causeyside 
Paxton, Matthew A., of M. Paxton & Sons — house 2 Crossflat 

terrace 
Peacock, D. R., clerk at Angus Keay & Alhson, 98 High street — 

house 5 Caledonia place 
Peacock, John, watchmaker, 32 Wellmeadow — house 3 Claveriug 

street 
Peacock, John, hatter, 42 High street 
Peacock, William, ropemaker, 85 High street — works and house 

Chain road 
Pearlmann, M., & Co., photographers and artists, 44 Causeyside 
Pearson, James, cabinetmaker and upholsterer, 110 Causeyside — 

house 15 Seedhill road 
Peattie, William, steamship agent and session clerk for Middle 

Parish, 2 Gilmour street — house Dunedin, Meikleriggs 
Peebles, Mrs. Margaret, confectioner, 39 Maxwellton — house do. 
Peddie, David Mungo, house steward, dining hall, Ferguslie bdgs. 
Peden, William S., British Linen Coy. Bank, Glasgow — house 

Armadale, Carriagehill drive 
Peden, William, clerk to Fleming & Ferguson, Ltd., 93 George st. 
Peden, William, reporter and agent, " Glasgow Evening News " 
. and " Scottish Referee," 16 Moss street — house 5 Whitehaugh 

terrace 
Penman, R. S., M.B., CM., 12 St. James place (tele. No. 245) 
Pentland- Smith, John, M.A., B.Sc, science teacher Grammar 

School and Wm. Barbour Academy — house 21 Oakshaw 
Percy, Francis, oil merchant, 74 Great Wellington street, Kinning 

Park, Glasgow — house 6 Stow street 
Pettigrew, Alexander, pianoforte and harmonium tuner at Paterson, 

Sons, & Co.'s, Glasgow — house 29 Wellmeadow 
Petrie, James, insurance agent, 13 Moss st --ho. 9 Douglas street 
Phelan, Miss Catherine, head teacher, St. Catherine R.C. Schoolj 

10 Stow street 
Philippi, E., director of J. & P. Coats Limited — house Warren 

park, Largs 
Philip, Andrew, cooking establishment, 103 George street — house 

20 Newton street 
Phillips, William, calenderer, 105 Causeyside — ho. 9 South Camp- 
bell street 
PhcEuix Fire Office — agents, Winning & Fulton, 109 High street 
Phoenix Works (Fleming & Ferguson, Ltd., engineers), Inchinnan rd. 
Picken, James, rope and twine manufacturer, St. James station 

— house St James house 
Pinkerton, James, agent Scottish Clerks' Association, 40 High st. 

r 



130 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 



Pinkerton, James, hamcurer and wholesale provision merchant, 40 
New street — house Blythe Holm, Calside 

Pinkerton, James Aintree, Greenlaw drive 

Pinkerton, John, grocer, 43 Well street — house 40 High street 

Pinkerton, John Spence, of James Pinkerton, New street — house 
Blythe Holm, Calside 

Pinkerton, Miss J., dress and mantle maker, 40 High street 

Pinkerton, Mrs., 54 High street 

Pinkerton, Robert, tinsmith and ironmonger, 67 Back Sneddon 

Pinkerton, R. M., traveller to William Peacock, 2 Park terrace 

Pinkerton, William, 56 Causeyside 

Pirie, George, supt., Riccartsbar Asylum — ho. Riccartsbar house 

Pitblado, Robert, teller to Union Bank of Scotland — house Union 
Bank house 

Pitt, Miss Elizabeth, dressmaker, 54 George street 

Plate Glass (Caledonian) Insurance Company, Ltd., 58 Renfield street, 
Glasgow (see advt.) 

Pogson, Samuel, manager to H. P. Tyler — house 7 M'Kerrell st. 

Pole, Ed., hairdresser, 52 Caledonia street — house do. 

Pollock, Alexander R., Garthland house 

Pollock & Co., yarn agents, 6 Forbes place 

Pollock & Cochrane, bleachers, dyers, and finishers, Thrushcraig 

Pollock, J). C, warehouseman, 3 Whitehaugh terrace 

Pollock, Elizabeth, dressmaker, 35 George street 

Pollock, John, Prudential agent — house 5 Gladstone terrace 

Pollock, John T., teacher. North Public School — house 1 Stow 
street 

Pollock, J. Wilson, of Stewart, Pollock, & Co., Go van — house 
Lyndhurst, Hawkhead road 

Pollock, Mrs. William, 10 Hillview, Lylesland 

Pollock, Robert, of Lilla & Edwards, Clark street — ho. Williesdene, 
1 Greenock road 

Pollock, Robert, boot and shoemaker, 58 Causeyside street — house 
6 Stevenson street 

Pollock, Robert, farmer, Amochrie, Lounsdale road 

Pollock, S., & Sons, engineers, Pacific Engine works, Williams- 
burgh — house East lane, Williamsburgh 

Pollock, William, new and used furniture dealer, 69 High street, 
and at 522 Sauchiehall street, Glasgow — house 69 High st. 

Pollock, William, brickbuilder and electric light contractor, Glas- 
gow — house Williesdene, Greenock road 

Pollock, William, Avine and spirit merchant, 52 High street — house 
Garthland house 

Poison, D. M., of William Poison & Co.— house Barnhill, Moffat 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 131 

Poison, John, of Brown & Poison — West Mount, Paisley, and 
Castle Levan, Gourock 

Poison, William, & Co., starch, corn flonr, and mustard manufac- 
turers. Imperial Starch works, Abercorn street 

Pope, George, janitor South Public School — ho. 17 Neilston road 

Pope, Martin, grocer, 5 North Croft — house do. 

Porteous, Rev. John, B.D., minister Oakshaw Street U.P. Church 
— manse Arkleston villa (side door), Arkleston road 

Porter, Agnes, dressmaker, 29 Wellmeadow 

Porter, H. G., & Co., homespuns, dress goods and shirting manu- 
facturers, Abercorn Mills, Abercorn street 

Post Office,. County square — J. Macmaster, postmaster — house 
Newtonville, Hawkhead road 

Pottie, A. & M., veterinary horse- shoers and agricultural imple- 
ment makers, St. James place 

Pottie, A., & Sons, veterinary surgeons and shoeing smiths, 63 
and 64 Love street 

Pottie, Alex., jun., of A. Pottie & Sons, veterinary surgeon, 
M.R.C.V.S.— ho. 63 Love street 

Pottie, Alexander, M.R.C.V.S., veterinary surgeon, 64 Love street 
— house 63 do. 

Pottie, James E., veterinary surgeon, 1 St. James place — house Mill- 
bank, Johnstone 

Pottie, John E., of A. & M. Pottie, 2 East Croft street 

Pottie, Michael, of A. & M. Pottie- -house 22 St. James street 

Power, Robt., stationmaster, Hawkhead station — ho. Crookston view 

Pratt, David, joiner and cabinetmaker, 30 Gauze street — house do. 

Prentice, W. F., & Co., drapers, 99 High street 

Prentice, W. F., of W, F. Prentice & Co. — house Camnethan, 
Arkleston road 

Priestley, Mrs. G. B., midwife, 8 Moss street 

Priestley, Samuel, Inland Revenue officer, Saucel distillery — ho. 8 
Glenview 

Primrose, George, brickbuilder and contractor — yard Underwood 
lane ; house 30 Oakshaw street 

Primrose, W. M., professor of dancing — academy, 4 Old Smithhills 
house Chesterfield terrace, Gourock 

Prinsky, Elec, watchmaker, 27 High street — house 1 Crossflat 
terrace 

Provan, Andrew, confectioner, 9 Maxvvellton street — house do. 

Provan, Andrew, gardener, 13 Wellmeadow street, and keeper of 
Wellmeadow bowling green 

Provan, David, of Barr & Provan — house 1 Stevenson street 

Provan, William, cowfeeder, 18 Springbank road 



132 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 



Prudential Assurance Company Limited, 8 St. Mirren street — A. 

M'Fadden, superintendent — house 5 Greenlaw terrace 
Pullar, Alexander, traveller, Cartvale Chemical Company Ltd. — 

house 27 Westmoreland terrace, Crosshill, Glasgow 
Purdon, E., milliner, 32 Causeyside — house 29 do. 
Purves, John, general waste merchant, 117 George street 

QUIN, Peter, hairdresser, 6 Silk street 

Quiuton, W. Randall, architect and surveyor, 12 Hunter street — 
house 10 M'Kerrell street 

RAE, John, Bank of Scotland, Bank of Scotland house, St. Mirren st. 

Raeside, Miss, dressmaker, 118 George street 

Rainey, James, farmer, Newlands, Craigs, Elderslie 

Ralston, David, grocer, 16 Ferguslie 

Ralston, John, cork cutter, 30 Orchard street — ho. 12 Whitehead st. 

Ramsay, Bella C, dress and mantle maker, 50 Love street 

Ramsay, James, inspector of Postmen and Telegraph Messengers, 

3 Kerr street 
Ramsay, J. & R., millers and grain merchants, Hawkhead and 

Seedhill mills 
Ramsay, Robert, of J. & R. Ramsay, Hawkhead 
Ramsay, William, jobbing gardener, 50 Love street 
Ramsay, William, potato merchant, 14 Barclay street — house do. 
Rankin, James M., teacher Carbrook Street Public School — house 

Bridge of Weir 
Rankin, John, weaver and feuar, 75 Canal street 
Rasmussen, A. C-, Inland Revenue officer, School wynd — house 

Townhead terrace 
Rastall, Thos., clerk at Bow, M'Lachlao, & Co.'s — ho. 4 Douglas ter 
Rathie, Alexander, draper, 4 Greenlaw avenue 
Readdie, David, director of Coates Bros. Ltd. — house St. Leonard's, 

Perth 
Reading Room, George A. Clark Town Hall (entrance by Abbey 

close) — James B. Watson, curator. 
Reddux, James, carting department at J. & P. Coats, Ltd. — house 

3 East lane 
Refuge Assurance Society, 83 High street 

Reid, Alexander, of Thomas Reid & Sons — house 39 Mill street 
Reid, Alexander, & Brother, dyers and sizers of cotton warps and 

bundles, also dyers of wool, silk, and noil yarns, Ladyburn 

Dyeworks 
Reid, Alexander, of Alexander Reid & Brother — house Drumorne, 

Renfrew road 



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Reid 



E., T.P., 10 Kiluside road 



Reid, Isabella, teacher, Camphill School — house, 2 Royal terrace 
Reid, James, bookseller, stationer., and wholesale newsagent, 6 

Moss street and 33 Gauze street — house 2 Royal terrace 
Reid, James, tobacconist, 6 Moss street — house 2 Royal terrace 
Reid, James, of Thomas Reid & Sons — house 3 Cart street 
Reid, James, jobbing gardener, 7 Lylesland 
Reid, James, Greenhaugh, Renfrew road 

Reid, James, joiner, 35 and 36 Gordon's lane — ho. 9 Johnston st. 
Reid, James, at Sanitary office — ho. Cemetery lodge 
Reid, Jane, teacher Stow Public School — house 2 Royal terrace 
Reid, J., mill foreman — house 5 Ferguslie buildings 
Reid, John, letterpress printer, 5 Causeyside — house Craigielea 
Reid, John, of Thomas Reid & Sons — house 81 Seedhill road 
Reid, John, of Howard & Reid — house 15 Carriagehill 
Reid, John, billiard rooms, 51 High street 
Reid, John F., of Gibson & Reid — house 8 Janefield place 
Reid, John, engineer, 81 Seedhill road 
Reid, J. B., engineer, Glasgow — house Chapelhill 
Reid, Matthew, at Master of Works office. Municipal buildings — 

ho. Cemetery lodge 
Reid, Mrs. John, cowfeeder, 7 Neil street 
Reid, Mrs. William, 33 Gauze street 
Reid, Peter, & Son, cabinetmakers and upholsterers, 38 New street 

— house do, 
Reid, R. M., hosier, 11 Old Smithhills — house 11 Whitehaugh ter. 
Reid, R. L., teacher of music, conductor of Paisley Choral Union 

popular classes, 7 Berlin terrace, 38 Leven street, Pollokshields 
Reid, Robert, superintendent of Paisley Cemetery, 58 Broomlands 

— house Cemetery lodge 
Reid, R. L., jun., tailor and clothier, 75 Love street — ho. 3 Glen street 
Reid, Thomas Fulton, of T. F. Reid & Donaldson, writers, 12 

Causeyside — house Hazelwood, Castlehead 
Reid, T. F., & Donoldson, writers and notaries public, and insurance 

agents, 12 Causeyside 
Reid, Thomas, M.A., teacher, John Neilson Institution — house 3 

Lylesland terrace 
Reid. Thomas, & Sons, engineers, millwrights, and windlass makers, 

19 Thread street. Tel. address, '^ Reid, Paisley ;" tele. No. 97 
Reid, Thomas, jun., of Thomas Reid & Sons — house 6 Bridge street 

(Abbey) 
Reid, Thomas, family grocer and wine merchant, 4 Renfrew street 

— house 2 East Croft 
Reid, William, shoemaker, 33 Canal street 



134 PAISLEY DIRECTOEY. 

Keid, William, Greenhaugh, Renfrew road 

Reid, William, jun., traveller to Williamson, Morton & Co., Glas- 
gow — house 7 Johnston street 
Reid, William C, of A. Reid & Brother, Greenhaugh, Renfrew rd. 
Reid, William, tobacconist and newsagent, 13 Underwood road 
Reid, William, jun., traveller at P. Macgregor, Williamson & Co.'s, 

Glasgow — house Phillips street 
Reids & Campbell, writers, 3 County place 
Reith, James, surveyor of taxes. Paisley Burgh and Renfrew County 

assessor, 8 St. Mirren street — house The Briers, Castlehead 
Renfrew, Alex., Central dining rooms, 23 New street — house 104 

Causeyside 
Renfrew, James, farmer, Blackstoun Mains 
Renfrew, James, clerk National Bank of Scotland — house Helena 

villa, Greenock road 
Renfrew, J. G., curator of Library Department, Free Library — ho. 

1 8 Storie street 
Renfrew, Miss, fancy goods, needlework, ladies' and children's 

underclothing, 79 High street 
Renfrew, Thomas, general waste merchant, 41 Causeyside — house 

4 Stow place 
Renfrewshire Glass Insurance Co. Ltd. — head office, 93 High 

street — Alexander Matheson, secretary (telephone No. 238) 
Rennie, Alexander, flesher, 18 Wellmeadow — house 18Wellmeadow 
Rennie, Andrew, salesman, 15 Howie street 
Rennie, Mrs. James, 18 Wellmeadow street 
Rennie, John, flesher, 9 Canal street and 68 Causeyside — house 

Corse house, 59 Causeyside 
Rennie, Robert A,, flesher, 18 Wellmeadow 
Rennison, J. A., architect, 15 Gilmour st. — house Fereneze view, 

Mary street 
Retson, Andrew, farmer, Moorhouse, Meikleriggs 
Retson, John, foreman Burgh stables, 72 New Sneddon 
Reuschling, Louise, photographer, 24 Causeyside street — house 

2 George place 
Ribbons & Co., tea dealers, wholesale grocers, provision merchants, 

&c., 91 High street 
Ribbons, Henry, of Ribbons & Co.— house 1 Mansfield place 
Ribbons, T., of Ribbons & Co. — house 1 Royal terrace 
Riccartsbar Asylum — Geo. Pirie, superintendent ; Sarah Elizabeth 

Whitbread, matron 
Richardson, Andrew, of Campbell & Calderwood, Murray street — 

ho. 163 Eldon street, Greenock 
Richardson, Charles, blacksmith, 13 Abbey close — ho. 2 Thread st. 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 135 

Richardson, J. B., of James Harvey & Co., Ltd. — house Pitgoruo 

house, Sth'ling 
Richardson, Mrs., 29 High street 
Richmond, Andrew, M.B., CM., consulting room 9 St. James 

place — house 57 Love street 
Richmond, George, at John Highgate & Co.'s, 43 Back Sneddon 
Richmond, James, fancy bread and biscuit baker, 43 Old Sneddon 

— house 1 Maxwell street 
Richmond, James, wine and spirit merchant, 44 Old Sneddon — ho. 

1 Maxwell street 
Richmond, Miss, dressmaker, 39 New street 
Riddell, Andrew, collector, Scottish Legal Life Assurance Society 

— ho. 82 Seedhill road 
Riddell, David, farmer and horse dealer, 210 Kennedy street, 

Glasgow — house Blackball 
Riddell, James, factor, Whitehaugh house 
Riddell, William, clerk Union Bank of Scotland, Limited — house 

Whitehaugh, Glasgow road 
Ripley, Richard, traveller Co-operative Manufacturing Society Ltd. 

— house 52 Ashley terrace, Merchiston, Edinburgh 
Risk, Robert, missionary, 10 Glen view 
Risk, Mrs. James, wine and spirit merchant, 88 Canal street — house 

1 George place 
Risk, George, fishmonger and poulterer, 15 Cotton street — house 41 

Mill street 
Risk, William, fishmonger and poulterer, 34 High st. — ho. do. 
Ritchie, Andrew, clerk at Pollock & Co.'s, 6 Forbes place — house 

30 Oakshaw street 
Ritchie, E., dress and mantle maker, 95 High street 
Ritchie, George,packing box, tin and zinc case maker, 36 Gordon's lane 
Ritchie, James, flesher, 70 Love street — ho. 32 Glen street 
Ritchie, John, farmer, Broomward, Elderslie 
Ritchie, John, feuar, 25 George street 
Ritchie, J. Douglas, photographic artist, 5 Gilmour street — house 

25 Gauze street 
Ritchie & Kirkwood, ironmongers, 47 Moss street 
Ritchie, Mrs. R., 25 Gauze street 

Ritchie, Robert D., grocer, 25 Gauze street — house do. 
Ritchie, Robert, at William Poison & Co.'s — ho. 12 Abercorn st. 
Ritchie, Robert, of George Ritchie, packing case maker — 31 Kiln- 
side road 
Ritchie, Robert, commercial traveller, 21 Oakshaw 
Ritchie, William, of Davidson & Ritchie — house 2 Gordon place. 

King street (west) 



136 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 



Ritchie, William, of George Ritchie, packing case maker — ho. 4 

Johnston street 
Robb, Dewar G., teacher North Public School — house 2 Crossflat 

crescent 
Robb, Mrs. John, 33 High street 
Robb, J. Jenkins, M.D., medical practitioner, 74 Love street — ho. 

85 High street 
Robb, Miss E., dressmaker, 17 Argjle street 
Robb, Thomas D., M.A., CM., teacher Grammar School — house 

17 Argyle street 
Roberts, Mrs., midwife, 35 Wellmeadow 
Robertson, Alexander C, clerk, Royal Bank of Scotland — house 

Thorn, Johnstone 
Robertson, Annie A., teacher North Public School — house Sunnyside 
Robertson, Archibald, plumber and gasfitter, 9 Broomlands — ho. do. 
Robertson & Co., mill and engineers' furnishers, and electrical 

engineers, 55 Back Sneddon street 
Robertson, Clark, coachman to Sir Thomas Glen-Coats, Bart. — ho. 

Craigielea 
Robertson, C. Sidney, clerk. Royal Bank of Scotland — house Stuau, 

Howwood 
Robertson, Daniel, confectioner, 52 Caledonia street 
Robertson, Mrs. D., grocer, 10 Seedhill road 

Robertson, David, of D. Robertson & Sons — house 133 George st. 
Robertson, David, & Sons, calenderers, 2 Water brae (Burgh) 
Robertson, David, caleuderer, Marshall's lane — ho. 83 Seedhill rd, 
Robertson, Gavin, clerk, Caledonian Ry., Underwood depot — house 

66 Love street 
Robertson, George, of George Robertson & Sons — -house 4 New 

Sneddon street 
Robertson, George A., of Robertson & Gilchrist, masons and 

builders, 74 Canal street — house 2 George place 
Robertson, George, & Co., brick builders and contractors, 3 County 

place — house do. 
Robertson, George, jun., A.I.E.E., of George Robertson & Son 

and Robertson & Coy. — house Adelphi cottage, Love street 
Robertson, George, & Sons, brassfounders, coppersmiths, tinsmiths, 

plumbers, and gasfitters, Snawdoun works, 55 Back Sneddon st. 
Robertson & Gilchrist, masons and builders, 74 Canal street — ho. 

2 George place 
Robertson, James, salesman with M. Greenlees & Son — house 

Sunnyside 
Robertson, James, of James Robertson & Sons — house Marionfield, 

Blackball 



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Robertson, James, agent American star hack saw, 82 Seedhill road 
Robertson, James, & Sons, manufacturers of preserves and peels, 

Thrushgrove works, Stevenson street 
Robertson, James, manager at J. & P. Coats Limited — house 

Salisbury lodge, Meikleriggs 
Robertson, Jane, draper, 2 Queen street 
Robertson, Jessie A., teacher Williamsbur^h School — house 2 

Crossflat crescent 
Robertson, John, collector of poor rates, 12 Causeyside — house 

Briarville, Greenlaw drive 
Robertson, John, assistant superintendent. Kibble Reformatory, 

Greenock road 
Robertson, John, manager for Scotland Otis Elevator Co., Ltd., 

and Solid Bar Folding Gate Co., Ltd., 93 Hope street, 

Glasgow — ho. Bute villa, Greenlaw drive 
Robertson, John, fruiterer and confectioner, 13 Wellmeadow — 

house 13 Wellmeadow 
Robertson, John, preserve manufacturer at Thrushgrove works — • 

house Roneil, Stanely road 
Robertson, John, & Sons, coal merchants, Underwood coal depot 

— house 15 Sandholes 
Robertson, John, & Sons, calenderers, hot pressers, packers, and 

finishers, Marshall's lane and Cartside 
Robertson, Joseph O., at Caw, Prentice, Clappcrton, & Co 's, 

Glasgow — house Abercorn house, Niddry street 
Robertson, J. ^Y., at Robert Murdoch & Co.'s. iron and steel mer- 
chants, agent for Guardian Fire and Life Assurance Company 

and Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society, 10 West Croft — 

house 1 Buchanan terrace 
Robertson, J. Neil, M.B., CM., Salisbury lodge, Meikleriggs 
Robertson, Mrs. M., confectioner, 32 Carriagehill 
Robertson, Mrs., fishmonger, 101 Causeyside — house do. 
Robertson, Peter, wine and spirit merchant, 1 and 2 Orchard street 

and 18 Causeyside 
Robertson, P. S., at G. & J. Mason's, Argyle street, Glasgow — 

house 13 Niddry street 
Robertson, Robert, manufacturers' agent, Glasgow — ho. Abercorn 

house, Niddry street 
Robertson, Robert, tobacconist, 46 Moss street — ho. 9 Argyle st. 
Robertson & Son, hat and cap manufacturers, and hosiers, 48 

Moss street (see advt.) 
Robertson & Son, shipping agents, 48 Moss street 
Robertson, T., assessor of income tax, 194 St. A^incent street, Glas- 
gow — house Ellilea, Meikleriggs 



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Robertson, Thomas J., clerk, Commercial Bank of Scotland, Ltd. — 

house Abercorn house, Niddry street 
Robertson, Walter, slater, 15 Abbey close — ho. 10 Gordon's lane 
Robertson, William, missionary St. James' U.P. Church, Wallneuk 

Missionary hall, North Croft — house 81 Seedhill road 
Robertson, William, of Robertson & Son — house Abercorn house, 

Niddry street 
Robertson, William P., Stonefield Laundry — ho. Thornly Park ter. 
Robin & Houston, Ltd., soap and composite candle makers — soap 

works 61 New Sneddon ; candle works Park st., Kinning Park, 

Glasgow 
Robin, David W., monumental sculptor, of Robin & S weenie, 

Johnston street — house 8 do. 
Robin, John, confectioner, 9 Johnston street — house do. 
Robin, Robert, monumental sculptor, Hawkhead road 
Robin & Sweenie, monumental sculptors, Johnston street 
Robin, William, feuar — house 4 Seedhill road 

Robinson, Lititia, teacher, Willia > sburgh School — ho. Gordon's lane 
Robson, Wm., stationer and bookseller, 82 Broomlands — house 13 

Sandholes 
Rodden, Matthew, grocer, 20 Whitehead street — house do. 
Rodger, Alexander, M.A., junior master South Public School — ho. 

40 Broomlands 
Rodger, G. Guthrie, M.A., B Sc, teacher. Grammar School — house 

2 Crossflat crescent 
Rodger, John, drysalter, 10 Glenview 
Rodger, Miss, 10 Glenview 

Rodger, Mrs. Alexander (trustees of), tobacconist, 83 High street 
Rodger, Robert, & Co., manufacturers, Cumberland Mills 
Rodger, William, grocer, 19 Well st. — ho. 29 do 
Rogers, Mrs. Janet, fruiterer, 7 Broomlands 
Rogers, Samuel B., boot and shoemaker, 131 George street — house 

1 Churchhill 
Rolland, William, of Smart & RoUand. — house Greenlaw 
Rome, James, at the Master of Works office. Municipal buildings 

— ho. 11 Whitehaugh terrace 
Rome, William, lath splitter, 34 Canal street — house 17 Newton 

street, Glasgow 
Ronald, George Q., gas meter inspector, 7 Hannay street 
Ronald, Jack, & Co., carpet and rug manufacturers, Nethercommon 
Ronald, Jas., accountant, Glasgow — ho. Curadon, Hawkhead road 
Ronald, John, of Ronald, Jack, & Co. — ho. Oaklands, Blackball 
Ronald, John, cowfeeder, 3 Howie street 
Ronald, Marion, cowfeeder, West Gockston cottages, Goudie st. 



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Ronald, Mrs., dress and mantlemaker, 11 Argyle street 
Ronald, Mrs. Thomas, flesh er, 4 Mossvale street — house do. 
Ronald, W. C, of Wm. Cochran & Co., Daisy bank, Potterhill 
Rorison, Gilbert, bar officer, Burgh Police office — house 8 Kilnside 

road 
Ross, Alexander, architect and measurer, 2 Crossflat crescent 
Ross, George, of Seedhill Finishing Coy. — -ho. Greenlaw mansion 
Ross, Gordon, at Seedhill Finishing Company — ho. 81 Seedhill road 
Ross, James, agent of Commercial Bank of Scotland Limited, 102 

High street 
Ross, James, of Seedhill Finishing Company — house Ellonville, 

Hawkhead road 
Ross, John, sanitary inspector, First or Upper District of Renfrew- 
shire, County Buildings, Pollokshaws — house 29 Seedhill road 
Ross, Lizzie, teacher, Neilson Institution — house 3 Park terrace 
Ross, Mary E., teacher, Camphill Public School — ho. 102 Kenmure 

street, Pollokshields 
Ross, Miss Jessie, dressmaker, 4 Craigielea buildings 
Ross, Miss J., matron, Scotch Girls' Friendly Society, Lodge, 3 

Forbes place 
Ross, Mrs., grocer, 3 Gordon place 

Ross, P. F., draper, 15 Wellmeadow — house 3 County place 
Rough, Mrs. Matthew, laundry, 3 Newton street 
Rowand, John, draper, 34 High street — house 62 Storie street 
Rowand, John, farmer, Candren, by Linwood 
Rowan, William, confectioner, 27 Storie street 
Rowat, Alexander, & Co., wireworkers, 18 Watson street, Glasgow 

— Telephone No. 934, Telegraphic Address, " Wirecloth," 

Glasgow (see advt.) 
Rowat, David, manager Provident Co-operative Society, Ltd. — 

house Aldersyde, Glasgow road 
Rowat, Mrs. Robert, Prospecthill house 
Rowat, Thomas, Warriston 
Rowat, William, director Doloi Tea Co. (Ltd.), St. Margaret's, Park 

road 
Rowe, Thomas, confectioner and smallware merchant, 7 Mill street 

— house do. 
Roxburgh, A. P., of Roxburgh & Sons, coachbuilders — house 5 

Greenlaw terrace 
Roxburgh, A. P., P'.S.L.A., F.E.I.S., teacher of elocution — house 

5 Greenlaw terrace 
Roxburgh, Mrs., midwife, 5 Old Sneddon street 
Roxburgh, Oliphant T., of Roxburgh & Sons, coachbuilders — ho. 3 

Garthland lane 



140 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 

Roxburgh, Robert, & Sons, coachbuilders, Garthland carriage works, 

4 Garthland lane 
Royal Bank of Scotland, St. Mirren street — William Dickson, agent 
Royal Victoria Eye Infirmary, 1 Forbes pi. — Ophthalmic surgeon, 

Dr. N. Gordon Cluckie ; assistant. Dr. Archibald Donald 
Russell, Andrew, at Robert Stevenson's, writer — house 27 Storie 

street 
Russell, Francis, confectioner, 10 Cotton street — house do. 
Russell, James, butcher, 2 Crossflat terrace — house 66 Love street 
Russell, James T., timekeeper, 31 Calside 

Russell, John, with Eadie Bros. & Co. — house 80 Seedhill road 
Russell, John, farmer, Potterhill 
Russell, Mrs. James, confectioner and fruiterer, 68 Love street — 

house 66 do. 
Russell, Mrs., dairy, 78 George street 
Russell, Nellie F., at James Robertson & Sons -house Union 

Bank house, Port-Glasgow 
Russell, R. & T., writers, 7 High street 
Russell, Robert, writer, of R. & T. Russell, and agent for Clydesdale 

Bank Limited, 7 High street — residence Muirfield, Castlehead 
Russell, Robert Y., ao:ent for Fire, Life, and Accidental Insurance 

Companies — house 9 Whitehaugh terrace 
Russell, Thomas, writer, of R. & T. Russell — residence Muii'field, 

Castlehead 
Russell, Thomas, agent for William Black & Sons, Ltd., coal and 

iron masters, Blackstoun Works — house 17 Greenhill road 
Russell, Mrs. William, 48 Causeyside 

Russell, William, M.B., CM., 15 Broomlands — house 52 High st. 
Rutherford, Alexander H , flesher, 14 Gauze street — ho. 15 Gauze 

street 
Rutherford, James, carting contractor, 5 Bank street 
Rutherford, Thomas, farmer, Muirhead, Linwood 

SACELIj Brewery Company, brewers and maltsters, 8 Saucel 
Sadler, J. P., assistant joiner. Kibble Reformatory — house 38 Clark 

street 
Sale, Henry, licensed victuallers' stocktaker and valuator, 109 High 

street — house 9 Phillips street 
Sale & Co., debt recovery agents, Terrace buildings, 109 High st. 

— ^telephone 287 
Sanderson, John Christian, B.Sc. Edin., science teacher, Camphill 

School — house 4 Lylesland terrace 
Sandilands, John, painter, decorator, and oil and colour merchant, 

102 Causeyside — house 13 do. 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 141 

Sandilands, John, shoemaker, 13 Causeyside 

Savile, J. H., proprietor and manager, Paisley Theatre — telephone, 

No. 222 — house 5 Greenlaw terrace 
Savings Bank (The) of Paisley, 107 High street — Alexander B. 

M'Gown, actuary 
Sawers, Joseph, carver and gilder, 40 High street — house 54 do. 
Sawers, Thomas, greengrocer, 98-|- George street 
Sawers & Warden, millinery, 36 High street 
Scarlett, James, flesher, 54 Causeyside and 23 Neilston rd. — house 

Primrose cottage, Mary street 
Scollan, G., contractor, 38 Moss street 
Scotch Girls' Friendly Society Lodge — Paisley branch, 3 P^orhes 

place — Miss J. Boss, matron. 
Scotch Wool and Hosiery Stores Ltd. (Fleming, Reid, & Co., mills 

Greenock), branch 10 St. Mirren street — manageress, Miss E. 

Shannon 
Scott, Allan, sub-manager, 5 Ferguslie buildings 
Scott, Alexander, funeral undertaker, 93 High street 
Scott, Alexander, farmer, North Mains, by Johnstone 
Scott & Brown, Misses, hosiers, 14 Gauze street 
Scott, Hugh, fruiterer, 6 Love street 
Scott, James, manager, 23 Broomlands 
Scott, James, chimney sweep, 5 Garthland lane 
Scott, James G., secretary to David Logan & Son, Ltd. — house 44 

Calside 
Scott, Colour-Sergeant James, janitor of Grammar School— house 

2 Crossflat crescent 
Scott, James B., collector, Canal goods station— ho, 3 M'Intyre pi. 
Scott, James Millar, solicitor, 99 High street- ho. 3 Greenlaw ave. 
Scott, John, confectioner, 81 New Sneddon — house do. 
Scott, M., dressmaker, 162 George street 
Scott, Matilda, dress and mantle maker, 55 Broomlands 
Scott, Miss, 5 Gateside 

Scott, Miss, sewing teacher, John Neilson Institution — ho. 12 Hill view 
Scott, Miss, industrial mistress. South School — house 39 High street 
Scott, Robert, 8 Gateside 
Scott, Robert, manager at C. H. Handasyde & Co.'s, Macfarlane 

street. Racecourse road 
Scott, Thomas, of Naismith & Scott — ho. Eastholme, Hawkhead rd. 
Scott, Thomas, jun., of Naismith & Scott — house 3 Greenlaw aven. 
Scott, Thomas, shorthand writer. Sheriff-court house — house 157 

Onslow drive, Dennistoun, Glasgow 
Scott, Thomas, wine and spirit merchant, 23 Lawn straet — house 

Dart tower, Blairmore 



142 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 

Scott, William, 1 Mansfield place 

Scott, William, director, A. F. Craig & Co. (Ltd.) — house 51 Love 

street 
Scott, William, warehouseman, 6 West Croft 
Scott, Miss, of vScott & Browu, 39 High street 
Scottish Amicable Life Assurance Society — A. B. M' Grown, agent, 

107 High street — house, Dunalister, Castlehead 
Scottish Clerks' Association, Paisley District — agent, James 

Pinkerton, 40 High street 
Scottish Legal Life Assurance Society — district manager, William 

Stoddart, 96 High street 
"Scottish Referee" — Wm. Peden, agent and correspondent, 16 

Moss street 
Scottish Widows' Fund — agents Winning & Fulton, 109 High st. 
Scouller, Adam, restaurateur, 13 Old Smithhills — house do. 
Scoular, John, at A. F. Craig & Co.'s (Ltd.) — house 9 St. James st. 
Scouler, M. C, ostrich feather dresser, 76 High street — house 706 

Dalmarnock road, Glasgow 
Seedhill Finishing Company, Ltd., cloth finishers, Seedhill road ; 

telephone No. 35 
Seggie, William, clerk at Campbell & Calderwood's — house 51 

Caledonia street 
Selway, Mrs., milliner, 15 Old Smithhills street — ho. 77 High st. 
Semple, David, & Cochran, writers, 16 Gilmour street 
Semple, D. S., writer, of David Semple & Cochran, 16 Gilmour 

street, secretary of the Paisley Heritable Property Investment 

Society-Chouse Beltreis 
Semple, James, fruiterer and confectioner, 1 Lawn street 
Semple, James F., A.R.C.O., teacher of music, 3 Townhead terrace 
Semple, Misses, Townhead 
Semple, George, 7 Glenview, Barterholm 
Semple, Robert, jun., secretary Mission to the Deaf and Dumb — 

house 17 Maxwellton street 
Semple, Thomas, teacher, East Public School — house 12, Lady 

lane 
Shand, Peter, shawl manufacturer, 4 Cumberland court — house 5 

Argyle street 
Shanks, Mrs., 139 George street 

Shannon, Andrew, at Gleniffer Laundry — house 6 Falside 
Shannon, Mary, teacher, Camphill School— house 20 Kilnside road 
Shannon, Miss E., manageress, Scotch Wool and Hosiery Stores 

Ltd., 10 St. Mirreu street branch 
Shannon, Peter L., treasurer, Provident Co-Operative Society — 

house 28 Carriagehill 



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Sharkey, John O'H., wine and spirit merchant, Terrace buildings 

house 16 Blackhall street 
Sharon Hall Mission, 168 George street— snpt. J. G. Dalziel 
Sharp, Andrew, traveller for The Gleniffer Soap Co.— house 

63 West Graham street, Garnethill, Glasgow 
Sharp, Thomas S. N., cashier, goods depot Canal stn. — ho. 9 Lady lane 
Shaw, Archibald, of Shaw & Stewart, slaters, 51 High street — ■ 

house 2 Church place 
Shaw, Mary A., typist. Central Typewriting Offices, 12 Causeyside 

— ho. Eswald cottage, Kilbarchan 
Shaw, Smith, flesher, 20 Causeyside — ho, 45 New st. 
Shaw, Smith, tailor and clothier, 45 New street — house do. 
Shaw & Stewart, slaters, 51 High street 
Shaw, William L., of Ferguson, Shaw & Sons, and Gleniffer Soap 

Co. — house Ardenlea, Dumbreck road, Bellahouston 
Shaw, William, of Alex. Morrison & Shaw — ho. 19 Neilston road 
Shearer, James, 25 New Stock street 
Shearer, James, tobacconist, 24 High street — house do. 
Shearer, William, wine and spirit merchant, 43 New street — house 

18 Oakshaw street 
Shedden, John, commercial traveller, 6 Whitehaugh terrace 
Shedden, Thomas, 27 Caledonia street 
Shepherd, David, saddler, 50 Storiest. — house 4 Orr street 
Sheppard, Sidney C, assistant engineer. Corporation Electricity 

Works -house 100 High street 
Sheridan, James, teacher. Grammar School —house 10 Neilston st. 
Sheridan, Jeanie, assistant. South Public School -ho. 10 Neilston st. 
Sheridan, Peter, 10 Neilston street 
Short, Mrs., dressmaker, 11 Argyle street 
Shurben, Edward William, officer of Inland Revenue, 8 St. Mirren 

street — house Townhead terrace 
Sim, John C, cashier at Cartvale Chemical Co. Ltd. — ho. 2 

Crossflat crescent 
Sim, Miss, 61 Love street 
Sim, William, wholesale grocer, 3 Causeyside — house 2 Lyiesland 

terrace 
Sim, William, chemist, 43 High street 
Simmers, John A., C.A., of Cadell & Simmers, C.A. — house 18 

Westbank terrace, Hillhead, Glasgow 
Simpson, Andrew, agent for U.S. Packing Coy., Ltd., 21 High st. 
Simpson, James, baker, 3 Great Hamilton street 
Simpson, John, manager. Cooper & Co., 78 Broomlands — house 13 

Clavering street 
Simpson, John, clerk at Canal station (N.B.R.) — ho. 27 Storie st. 



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Simpson, John, Temperance Hotel, 2 Forbes pi. — house Hawthorn- 
den, Ibrox, Glasgow 
Simpson, Miss, 61 Love street 
Simpson, Samuel, wine and spirit merchant, " Tannahill Rest," 25 

Carriagehill — house Barterholm road 
Simpson, Mrs., broker, 32 Wellmeadow — house do. 
Simpson, William, cowfeeder, 12 Storie street 
Sinclair, A., tobacconist & stationer, 5 Neilston rd. and 69 Causeyside 

— house 69 Causeyside 
Sinclair, Daniel, baker and purveyor, 3 Garthland street and 11 

Kilnside road- — house 3 Garthland street 
Sinclair, James, hardware merchant, 10 Wellmeadow 
Singer, (The), Manufacturing Company of New York, makers of 

Singer's sewing machines — branch office, 10 St. Mirren street ; 

Geo. Lindsay, superintendent — house 23 Argyle street 
Skelly, William, clerk at Robert Brown & Son — house 19 Well st. 
Skinnider, Albert S., representative of the Glasgoio Herald and 

Evening Times — house 11 Whitehaugh terrace 
Slater. Alexander, electrical engineer, with J. & P. Coats, Ltd. — 

house 27 Brooralands street 
Slater, John P., of John Finlay & Co. Ltd., ironmongers, Glasgow 

— house Wester Haircraigs, Staneley drive 
Slaughter-House, Springbank road — John M'Luskie, superintendent 
Slaven, J. & T., buiklers, Thornley house 
Sloan, Mrs. N., midwife, 1 George street 
Small, James, joiner. Cart lane — house 78 Broomlands 
Small, William, tobacconist, stationer and news-agent, 63 

Causeyside — house do. 
Smart, Mrs., dress and mantlemaker, 16 West Campbell street — 

house do. 
Smiley, H. H., of P. Kerr & Son — house Gallowhill, Renfrew road 
Smith, Alexander, baker, 41 Broomlands and Abercorn bakery, 

10 North Croft — ho. 41 Broomlands 
Smith, Alexander, grocer, 4 Neilston road — ho. 28 New Stock st. 
Smith, Andrew, dairyman, 19 Lady lane 

Smith. Andrew, of W. Caldwell & Co. —ho. Miltonlea, Kilmalcolm 
Smith, Benjamin, of Smith Brothers & Co. — house Clairedowan, 

Kilmalcolm 
Smith, Benjamin, director of Coates Bros., Ltd. — house South park 
Smith Bros. & Co., shawl manufacturers, 9, 10, and 11 Forbes 

place and Marshall's lane 
Smith, David, cartwright, 22 Glen street —house 25 Caledonia st. 
Smith, David, grocer, 21 Seedhill road 
.Smith, David B., at J. W. Filshill's— house 4 M'Kerrell street 



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Smith, Duncan S., of Smith Brothers & Co. — house St. Clair villa, 

Carriagehill drive 
Smith, Edward, flesher, 11 Springbank road — house 7 do. 
Smith, George, clerk, 2 Silk street 

Smith, George D., draper, 2 Johnston street — house 1 do. 
Smith, Hugh C, lithographic printer, 11 Whitehead street 
Smith, Hugh C, jun., hairdresser, 72 Broomlands — ho. 4 Clavering 

street 
Smith, Hugh, jun., at J. & P. Coats Ltd. — ho. Mossgiel, Castlehead 
Smith, J. B. Veitch, sub-agent the Clydesdale Bank, Ltd. — house 

2 Janefield place 
Smith, James, flesher. West End Cross — house 2 Oakshawhead 
Smith, James, farmer. New Mains, Inchinnan 
Smith, James H., pawnbroker, 108 George street 
Smith, Janet, teacher West Public school — house 7 Walker street 
Smith, John, eating-house keeper, 21 Thread street 
Smith, John, coachman to Fleming & Ferguson, Ltd. — ho. 3 Albion 

street 
Smith, John B., agent New York Life Insurance Co., 12 Renfield 

street, Glasgow — house Fereneze view, Mary street 
Smith, John G., traveller at George Dobie & Son's — ho. 2 Melrose 

street. Queen's crescent, Glasgow 
Smith, John, of Smith Brothers & Co. — ho Windyknowe, Sunnyside 
Smith, Marion, fruiterer, 29 George street 
Smith, Mrs., greengrocer, 8 Cotton street 
Smith, Mrs., boys' suit- maker, 10 M'Kerrell street 
Smith, Mrs. Margaret, 3 Whitehaugh drive 
Smith, Reginald H., clerk at J. & P. Coats, Ltd. — house 2 St. 

Mary's terrace, Colinslee 
Smith, Rev. Robert, M.A., 4 Whitehaugh terrace 
Smith, Richard R. W., director of Coates Bros , Ltd. — house 

Kenil worth, Kilcreggan 
Smith, Richard, Executors, Ltd. manufacturing chemists, Clark 

street ; offices, 182 West street, Glasgow 
Smith, Robert, hatter and hosier, 95 High street — house Laighpark 

villa, Johnstone 
Smith, Robert, tailor and clothier, 15 Sir Michael street 
Smith, Samuel, at J. & P. Coats Limited — house 22 Thistle street 
Smith, T. G., 7 Greenlaw avenue 

Smith, Thomas, clerk to W. & A. Coats — house 8 Calside 
Smith, Thornton Gow, B.L., writer, 16 Moss street — house 

Morven, Castlehead 
Smith, Walter, traveller with James Robertson & Sons — house 4 

M'Kerrell street 



146 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 



Smith, William, cashier to M'lones, Mackenzie, & Loclihead 

— house Anna villa, Greenock road 
Smith, William, municipal weigher — ho. 56 Caledonia street 
Smith, William, 41 Broomlands 
Smith, William, accountant, National Bank of Scotland Limited — 

house 13 St. Mirren street 
Smith, William Gunn, naval architect at Abercorn Shipbuilding 

Coy. — house Gladstone terrace 
Smith, William, inspector of police — house 11 Camphill 
Smith, W. Fraser, clerk, Union Bank — house 1 Annfield terrace,, 

E. Partick 
Smyth, D. M., Paisley correspondent " Scottish Cyclist," 3 East Croft 
Snodgrass, Archibald, of Snodgrass & Brown, mill furnisher, 37 

and 38 Old Sneddon— house Fereneze view, Mary street 
Snodgrass & Brown, mill furnishers and machinery agents, 37 

and 38 Old Sneddon. Telephone No. 123 
Snodgrass, James, miller and grain merchant, Saucell Mills — house 

4 Greenlaw terrace 
Soho Engine Works (Campbell & Calderwood), Murray street 
Sorbie, John, shoemaker, 18 Neilston road — house 19 do. 
Sorbie, Wiliiam, hairdresser, 16 Neilston road — house 16 do. 
Souden, Jas., M.A., teacher of classics and mathematics John 

Neilson Institution — house 31 Ferry road, Renfrew 
Souden, J. R., foreman at J. & J. Cook's — house 8 Alice place 
Souden, William, Annfield place 
Southwell, Peter & Son, ropespinners, Laighpark ropeworks, 

Abercorn street 
Southwell, Peter, of P. Southwell & Son — house 7 M'Kerrell street 
Southwell, John, of P. Southwell & Son — house 3 Townhead ter. 
Speirs, Alexander, of Speirs & Gibb — house Greenhill 
Speirs & Gibb, coal merchants, sole makers of the Eglinton 

disinfectant and the Flamikivick firelighters, Underwood, 

Canal, Ferguslie, Potterhill, and Saucel depots 
Speirs, Gibb, & Co., fire clay manufacturers, Caledonia Fire Clay 

works, Burgh lands, off Greenock road 
Speirs, John, china and waste merchant, 19 Cotton street — house 

25 do. 
Speirs, William, plasterer and cement worker, 38 Causeyside — ho. 

65 Love street (see advt.) 
Speirs, William, china merchant and waste dealer, 81 Broomlands 

— house 82 do. 
Spence, Jas., upholsterer, 4 Wellmeadow — house do. 
Spence, James, of John Spence & Sons — house Drumcroil, Staneley 

drive 



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Spence, John, & Sons, wholesale provision merchants, 62 Storie 

street 
Spence, Mrs. Wm., clothes mangier, 33 Lady lane 
Spiers, Richard, gardener, 7 Sandholes 
Spooner, Mrs., trained nurse, 23 Abbey street 
Sproul, Andrew, & Sons, engineers, Lylesland and Barterholm 
Sproul, Andrew, & Sons, smiths and farriers, 10 Lylesland 
Sproul, Andrew, of A. Sproul & Sons — house Barterholm 
Sproul, Daniel, general warehouse, 53 Broomlands 
Spruell, Andrew, veterinary surgeon, horse shoer and jobbing 

smith, 8 Christie street — house 5 do. 
Spruell, Robert, teacher, Williamsburgh Public School^ — house 5 

Christie street 
Stark, William Jackson, traveller, H. G. Porter & Co., London 

and Paris — house Somersby, Hawkhead road 
Stead & Simpson, Limited, boot and shoe merchants, 8 Moss street 

and 91 High street 
Steel, James, fishmonger and poulterer, 47 Moss street — house 

Wedderburn, Blackball; telephone No. 156 
Steel, Robert, St. Ninians, Meikleriggs 
Steel, William, 3 Johnston street 
Steen, J., & Co., blacking makers, 84 Causeyside 
Stephen, James, at Ja. Caldwell, Muir & Caldwell — house 17 

Clavering street 
Stephens, Alfred, teacher of music, 3 M'Kerrell street 
Stephens, B. W., teacher of music, 3 M'Kerrell street 
Stevens, David, cabinetmaker, 9 New street — ho. 8 Phillips street 
Steven, Mrs. William, baker, 82 Canal street 
Stevens, William, tobacconist, 42 Moss street — ho. 8 Phillips st. 
Stevenson, Alex., practical cycle maker, 15 Prussia street — house 11 

Neilston road (see advt.) 
Stevenson, Allan, foreman with Wm Gillespie & Son, slaters- — ho. 

2 Caledonia street 
Stevenson, Allan, wine and spirit merchant, 5 Broomlands — ho. do. 
Stevenson, Charles, Bull inn, 5 New street 
SteYenson, Charles, funeral undertaker and carriage hirer, 5 New 

street (see advt.) 
Stevenson, David, aerated water manufacturer, 5 and 8 Glen lane — 

house 5 do. 
Stevenson, D. E., at Fleming & Ferguson's — house 2 George place 
Stevenson, James, dairyman, Maxwellton street dairy — house 3 

Maxwellton street 
Stevenson, James, grocer and provision merchant, 42 Broomlands — ■ 

house 56 Canal street 



148 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 

Stevenson, James, grocer and wine merchant, 13 Abbey street — 

house do. 
Stevenson, John, gas meter inspector, 10 Glen street 
Stevenson, John, M.D., CM., dispensaries 29 Wellmeadow and 55 

Causeyside — house Stovs^ cottage. Stow brae 
Stevenson, John, collector, Scottish Legal Life Assurance Society 

— ho. 4 West street 
Stevenson, John, newsagent, 24 Broomlands street 
Stevenson, J. L., teacher of music, Annfield place 
Stevenson, Maggie, North Public School — house 28 New street 
Stevenson, Matthew, nurseryman, florist, and contractor, Greenlaw 

nursery and gardens — house Whitehaugh drive 
Stevenson, Mrs. Margaret, cowfeeder, 73 Canal street — house do. 
Stevenson, Mrs., wine and spirit merchant, 22 New Smithhills — 

house do. 
Stevenson, Peter, farmer, Bardrain, by Elderslie 
Stevenson, Robert, writer, clerk to the Property and Income-Tax 

Commissioners for the Upper Ward of Renfrew, and secretary 

of the West Renfrewshire Conservative Association, 99 High 

street — house 3 Greenlaw terrace 
Stevenson, Robert, china merchant, 22 Broomlands — house do. 
Stevenson, Thomas, grocer and spirit merchant, 8 Gauze street 

— house 22 New Smithhills 
Stevenson, T., grocer, 41 Clark street — house do. 
Stevenson, Thomas, coal merchant, 41 Clark street and Underwood 

depot — house 41 Clark street 
Stevenson, Thomas, clerk of works, 1 Storie street 
Stevenson, Walter, joiner, 23 Back Sneddon — ho. 4 Blythswood drive 
Stevenson, William M., 122 George street 

Stewart, Alexander, confectioner, 1 Springbank road — house do. 
Stewart, Alex., janitor and gymnastic instructor Williamsburgh 

School — ho. 12 Williamsburgh 
Stewart, Andrew, joiner, 96 George street 

Stewart, Annie M. teacher, Ferguslie Public School — ho. 26 Kiln- 
side road 
Stewart, Anthony, agent for Prudential Insurance Co. — house 3 

Clavering street 
Stewart, Elizabeth Archibald, confectioner, 9 Lawn st. — ho. do. 
Stewart, Charles, teacher Williamsburgh School — house 3 Green- 
law avenue 
Stewart, Geo. P., wine and spirit merchant, 22 Gauze street — house 

Lusignan, Glasgow road 
Stewart, Hawthorn, chemist and druggist, 81 High street — house 

9 Orr square 



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Stewart & Hendry, plumbers and gasfitters, 22 Glen street 
Stewart, James, railway agent, Stoney Brae station — house 10 

Hamilton street 
Stewart, James B., banker Clydesdale Bank, Glasgow — ho. Falside 

house 
Stewart, James, shoemaker, 19 Broomlands 
Stewart, James, gate keeper to J. & P. Coats Limited — house 

Newton Grange, Green road 
Stewart, James, at Alexander Gardner's — house 26 Kilnside road 
Stewart, James, & Co., distillers. King street, Saucel 
Stewart, James, manager at Abercorn Weaving Factory — house 51 

Caledonia street 
Stewart, James S., C.A., with Moores, Carson, & Watson, C.A., 

Glasgow — ho. Greenhill house 
Stewart, John, farmer, Thornly park 

Stewart, John, contractor, 42 Back Sneddon — house 41 do. 
Stewart, John, of John Stewart & Co , Glasgow — house Falside 

house 
Stewart, John, cowfeeder, 22 Newton street 
Stewart, John, Greenhill house 

Stewart John D., clerk at Sacell Distillery — house 21 Oakshaw 
Stewart, John M., at Stewart & Wallace, 8 St. James street 
Stewart, John M'Callum, M.B., Ch.B., Glasgow, at Riccartsbar 

Asylum 
Stewart, Joseph, baker, 7 Old Sneddon — house 6 Old Sneddon 
Stewart, Maggie, dressmaker, 13 Argyle street 
Stewart, Miss A., Glenbrae cottage, Falside 
Stewart, Peter, of Stewart & Wallace — house 8 St. James street 
Stewart, Peter, of Shaw & Stewart — house 20 Argyle street 
Stewart, Peter, 1 M'Intyre place 
Stewart, Peter, of Stewart & Hendry, plumbers and gasfitters — ho 

8 St. James street 
Stewart, Robert, wine and spirit merchant, 8 Orchard street 
Stewart, Robert H., Greenhill house 
Stewart, Mrs. Jessie, confectioner, 5 Love street 
Stewart, Thomas, green grocer, 6 Greenhill road 
Stewart & Wallace, dyers, St. James street*dyeworks 
Stewart, Wm., head master, Ferguslie Public School — house Elian- 
dune, Pollokshields 
Stich, Alexander, of Simons & Co., Glasgow — house Wohnfried, 

Riccartsbar avenue 
Stirling, Hugh, jun., at George Dobbie & Son — ho. 27 George st. 
Stirling, James, M.A., Rector of the Grammar School and Wm. 

B. Barbour Academy — house Underwood house 



150 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 



Stirling, J. K., at Saticel distillery — house 44 Broomlands street 
Stirling, Samuel, wine and spirit merchant, Bowlers' tavern, 2 

Wellmeadow — house do 
Stirrat, Robert, farmer. Home Farm, Blackstoun 
Stirrat, W. B., of Barr, Stirrat, & Co. — ho. Westmarch, Kilmalcolm 
Stobo, Mrs. Alex., market gardener, Kelburn cottage, Racecourse rd. 
Stobo, John, market gardener, Westmarch cottage 
Stoddart, William, district manager Scottish Legal Life Assm^ance 

Society, 96 High street — house Southpark 
Stonefield Laundry (W. P. Robertson, proprietor), Stonefield, 

telephone No. 1 70 (see advt.) 
Storie, Alex., salesman at D. Logan & Son, Ltd. — house 26 Clifford 

street (west), Ibrox 
Storie, John, manufacturer, 110 Causeyside — ho. 91 High street 
Storie, Mrs. John, 1 Johnston street 
Storrie, Mrs. J., french polisher, 19 Greenhill road 
Storrie, Mrs. William, of J. & W. Storrie — house 47 Love street 
Storie, Robert, at Thomas White & Sons' — house 7 Laighpark 
Storrie, James, of J. & W. Storrie — house 47 Love street 
Storrie, James, reporter Paisley office, " Glasgow Herald " and 

" Evening Times" — ho. 37 Wellmeadow 
Storrie, J. & W., china merchants, 37 High street and 1 Storie street 

(see advt.) 
Storrie, Thos. C, cashier The Gleniffer Soap Co. — ho. 20 Kilnside 

road 
Storrie, William, 8 Janefield place 
Strachan, James, dairj'^man, 7 Carriagehill 
Strachan, Miss, milliner, 31 Gauze street — house 1 do. 
Strang, Christopher, farmer, Whiteford, Hawkhead road 
Stuart, Ralph, clerk at Savings Bank of Paisley — ho. Green road 
Sturrock, Rev. James B., minister of Free High Church — manse 

29 Oakshaw street 
Sun Insurance Office — branch Sun buildings, 42 Renfield street, 

Glasgow (see advt.) 
Sutcliffe, Harry, 5 Whitehaugh terrace 
Sutherland Bros., ham and egg merchants, 5 Lawn street — house 

18 M'Kerrell street 
Sutherland, James T. D., clerk, Commercial Bank of Scotland — 

house Nethercommon house 
Sutherland, Innes, sergeant of police, 27 Kilnside road 
Sutherland, Thos., mechanic at Ronald, Jack, & Co.'s — ho. Nether- 
common 
Sutherland, William, grocer and provision merchant, 23 Wellmea- 
dow — ho. 10 Argyle street 



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Suttie, George C, supervisor of Inland Revenue, Inland Revenue 

Office, 8 St. Mirren street — ho. Barholm villa, Arkleston road 
Swan, J. & M., bakers, 78 Causeyside, and 1 to 4 Stow street; 

telephone No. 230 
Swan, John, of J. & M. Swan — house 1 Stow street 
Swan, Mrs. M., 1 Stow street, and Lochiel Lodge, Millport 
Swan, Robert, 77 Causeyside 

Sweenie, James W., of Robin & Sweenie, 3 Well street 
Sweeney, John, church officer of George Street U.P. Church — ho. 

1 Barnara place 
Sweenie, James, Lucetta cottage, Calside 
Sweenie, John, furniture broker, 28 New Smithhills 
Sweenie, Miss E., confectioner, 13 Stock street — house do. 
Symcox, Sergt.-Inst. J. H., 28 Ferguslie 
Symington, George E., of J. M. Symington's — house Endyne, Oak- 

shaw street 
Symingtoil, J. M., yarn merchant, 7 and 8 Forbes place 
Symington, Miss A. M., 18 Oakshaw street 
Symington, Mrs. J. M.j jun., 4 Garthland place 

TAGG, Alexander, teacher East Public School — ho. Glen Fruin, 

Calside avenue 
Tagg, Walter, at Speirs, Gibb, & Co.'s — house 1 George place 
Tait, Rev. Gavin J., M.A., minister of Free St. George's church — - 

manse Blackball 
Tait, D. A., commercial traveller, 3 Whitehaugh terrace 
Tannahill, Andrew, church officer of Middle Parish Church — house 

17 Moss street 
Tannahill, Andrew, cutler and gunmaker, 1 Old Smithhills— house 

6 Phillips street 
Tannahill Hall, 18 Moss street — Wm. Young, keeper 
Tannett, John C, of Fullerton, Hodgart, & Barclay, Ltd. — house 

Saucel Bank 
Taylor, Alexander G., clerk, British Linen Coy. Bank, Glasgow- 
house St. Margaret villa, Greenlaw drive 
Taylor, Alex., clerk at National Bank of Scotland — ^house Janetta 

cottage, Arkleston road 
Taylor, Andrew, paint, oil, and color merchant, 47 Oswald street, 

GlasgoAv — house 1 Park terrace 
Taylor, G., hairdresser, 70 High street — house 19 Greenhill road 
Taylor, James, cycle depot and cycle riding school, 29 New street 

and 100 Causeyside — house 11 Shuttle street 
Taylor, James H., School Board visiting officer, 5 County place— ^ 

house 7 Gateside ' 



152 PAISLEY DIEECTORY. 

Taylor, James Robb, teacher Fergnslie Public School — house 43 

G eorge street 
Taylor, J. R., clerk to Alex. M'Allister, writer, 48 Moss street — 

house 6 Maxwell street 
Taylor, John, carting contractor, Moss-side, Greenock road 
Taylor, John, M.A., F.E.I.S., headmaster Camphill Public School 

— house Ravenswood, Castlehead 
Taylor, John M. B., curator at Museum — house do. 
Taylor, John R., commission agent, Glasgow — ho. Stanley drive 
Taylor, Janet, spirit dealer, Moss-side, Greenock road 
Taylor, Mary J. J., S.C. and T., 7 Gateside 
Taylor, Miss E., dressmaker, 43 George street — house do. 
Taylor, Miss E., Bible-woman for Victoria place Baptist Church — ■ 

ho. 34 George street 
Taylor, Mrs. Allan, flesher, 6 Maxwell street — house do. 
Taylor, Mrs., nurse, 41 Well street 

Taylor, Mrs. Thomas, Tannahill Laundry, 21 Castle street 
Taylor, Robert, draper, 17 Broomlands 

Taylor, Thomas, confectioner, 97 Causeyside — house 4 George st. 
Taylor, Thomas Henry, L.D.S., surgeon-dentist, 1 Gauze street- - 

house do. ; and Blyth-Holm, Symington, Biggar, Lanarkshire 
Taylor, William, M.A., teacher South Public School — ho. 4 Mans- 
field place 
Taylor, William, art teacher, Camphill School — ho. 43 George st 
Taylor, William, builder, Arkleston road — ho. Janetta cottage, 

Arkleston road 
Teagne, Francis, M.I.E.E., burgh electrical engineer, 12 High st. 

— house Blackball street ; telephone No. 23 
Telephone (National) Co., Limited, Terrace buildings 
Telfer, Mrs., 6 New Smithhills 
Telfer, Mrs., dressmaker, 93 George street 
Templeton, J., & Co., washers and dressers, Jenny's Well laundry 

— house Jenny's Well (see advt.) 
The Ralston Brickmaking Co. (Ltd.), brick and tile manufacturers 

— works Hillington and Seedhill 
The Glasgow Tramway & Omnibus Co. (Ltd.), funeral under- 
. takers, Terrace buildings, 2 County place, 6 Old Sneddon, and 

Tramway Depot, Incle street 
Thom, John, farmer, Hallhill, by Howwood 

Thomson, Alexander, at A. King & Son's — house 11 Hillview place 
Thomson, Andrew, yarn merchant, Glasgow — ho. Roslyn, Craw road 
Thomson, Andrew, gas meter inspector, 3 Abbey terrace 
Thomson, Archibald, yarn agent, 4 Greenlaw avenue — house do. 
Thomson, Archibald, of Hamilton & Thomson — ho. 9 Wellmeadow 



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Thomson, Bathia, 57 Canal street 

Thomson, Christian B., 15 Gilmour street 

Thomson, Mrs. David, wine and spirit merchant, 65 Love st. — ho. do. 

Thomson, Ed., Wellbourne, Meikleriggs 

Thomson, Eliza, head mistress, Ferguslie Public School — house 44 

New street 
Thomson, Elizabeth, tobacconist and newsagent, 24 New street 
Thomson, J., sergeant of police, 2 Christie street 
Thomson, J. & J., yarn merchants, 1 Causeys ide 
Thomson, James, detective inspector, 5 George street 
Thomson, James, of J. & J. Thomson — house 21 Oakshaw st. 
Thomson, James K., painter, 40 Causeyside — ho. 21 Glenviewter. 
Thomson, James, jun., of J. & J. Thomson — house 21 Oakshaw st. 
Thomson, James, brassfinisher, 2 Whitehaugh terrace 
Thomson, James, fire and life insurance agent, 39 Broomlands st. 
Thomson, Jessie, West Public School — house 9 East lane 
Thomson, J. G., Session Clerk for High Parish. Parties wishing 

proclamation of marriage may apply to Mr. Thomson at Strat- 

tonville, Meikleriggs, or to Robert Arthur, 13 Oakshaw street 
Thomson, John Gray, F.E.I.S., head master at John Neilson Insti- 
tution — house Strattonville, Meikleriggs 
Thomson, John, of J. & J. Thomson — house 21 Oakshaw street 
Thomson, Joseph, furnishing ironmonger, plumber, and gasfitter, 

Masonic buildings, 96 High street — workshop 32 do. — house 

Sunnyside 
Thomson, Miss, milliner and dressmaker, 4 Wellmeadow — house 

34 Lady lane 
Thomson, Miss, milliner, 29 New Smithhills — house 2 Park terrace, 

Underwood road 
Thomson, Lizzie, boys' suitmaker and dressmaker, 126 George st. 
Thomson, Mary, dressmaker, 57 Canal street 
Thomson, Mrs. A., confectioner, 90 High street — ho. 9 East lane, 

Ferguslie 
Thomson, Mrs. A., proprietrix. County hotel, 1 County place 
Thomson, Mrs. Ann, newsagent and tobacconist, 2 Gauze street — 

house 11 Old Smithhills 
Thomson, Mrs. J., Firgrove, Castlehead 
Thomson, Mrs. John, fancy goods warehouse, 94 High street — • 

house 44 New street 
Thomson, Peter, loom card cutter, 8 Forbes place — ^ho. 2 New Stock 

street 
Thomson, Rev. James, B.D., minister of Martyrs' Church — manse 

Castlehead 
Thomson, Robert, confectioner, 33 Storie street 



154 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 

Thomson, Robert, house painter, 1 South Bridge street — ho. do. 
Thomson, Robert, town chamberlain — office Municipal buildings 

— house Morven villa, Blackball 
Thomson, Robert, house furnisher and draper, 24 Neilston road 

(corner of Rowan street) 
Thomson, Robert, coal merchant — depot, Potterhill ; office, Neilston 

road 
Thomson, Robert, clerk at Robert Brown & Son's — ho. 20 Under- 
wood road 
Thomson, Totten, manager of the Glasgow & G-ovan Boot Repairs 

Co., 26 Williamsburgh 
Thomson, William, Coniston, Meikleriggs 
Thomson, "William C, tailor and clothier, 16 Gilmour street — house 

7 Gateside 
Thomson, William, of R. & J. Dick's — ho. 18 Argyle st. 
Thomson, William, second janitor, Camphill Public School — ho. 44 

Canal street 
Thomson, Williamina, West Public School — house Howwood 

School house 
Ting Tong Tea Co., 8 Moss street — Alexander Gray, manager 
Todd, Alexander, time-keeper. Gasworks — house 5 Buchanan ter. 
Todd, George, sen., brassfounder, 13 High street — ho. 34 Lady lane 
Todd, John J., law clerk to Alex. M'Allister — ho. 5 Buchanan ter. 
Todd, Mary G., teacher, Ferguslie Public School — house 5 

Buchanan terrace 
Todd, Wm., pawnbroker, 106 George street — house 1 Brown street 
Tolmie, John, gatekeeper at J. & P. Coats Limited — house Wood- 
side lodge 
Toole, James, 20 Argyle street 

Toole, J. & A., hairdressers, 82 Broomlands — ho. 12 Neilston road 
Tough, James G., salesman with Robert Smith — house 8 San dholes 
Towart, Robert, grocer and provision merchant, 10 Broomlands — 

house Raguel, Meikleriggs 
Towers, Joseph W., M.A., teacher, Ferguslie School — house 8 

George street 
Towers, Thomas P., writer, 12 St. Mirren street — house Rockfield 

cottage, Potterhill 
Towns, Alexander, flesher, 28 Well street — house do. 
Towns, Archibald, tailor and clothier, 16 High street 
Tracey, Rev. Peter, assistant St. Mary's R.O. chapel — house 73 

George street 
Tramway Company (Ltd.), tramway owners, and coach and omnibus 

hirers, 11 Incle street — telephone No. 251 — Robt. Drummoad, 

manager (see advt.) 



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Travers, Alice, grocer, 150 George street — ho. do. 

Trench, Robert, weavers' agent, 7 Orchard street 

Trench, Thomas, of Thomas Trench & Co. — house 3 George street 

Trench, Thomas, & Co., smiths, gasfitters, and ironmongers, 93 

Causeyside 
Tulloch, Hugh A., teacher, Camphill Public School — house 5 Park 

terrace, Underwood 
Turnbull, Christina, milliner and dressmaker, 16 Moss street 
Turner. Wm. M. M., of William Foulds & Co., Ltd., 4 School wynd 
Tweeddale, John, house factor, 30 Canal street — house Lynnhouse 
Tweedie, John, assistant engineer, Corporation Electricity Works — 

house 10 Ilillview place 
Tyler, H. P., boot merchant, 90 High street 
Tyre, Geo., wine and spirit merchant, 3 George street — house 43 

Caledonia street 
Tyre, James, cowfeeder and contractor, 39 George street 
Tytler, William, of Robert Rodger & Co. — house The Bushes 

UNDERWOOD Co-operative Coal Society (Limited), coal merchants. 
Underwood and Potterhill depots — salesman, John Holmes, 25 
St. James street (see advt.) 
Underwood mineral depot, St. James station, Caledonian Railway 
—Malcolm Black, agent ; house Caledonia cottage, Murray 
street — telephone No. 98 
Union Bank of Scotland, Limited, 3 Gilmour street — ^John E. 
Murray, agent — branch, 14 Wellmeadow, John E. Murray, 
agent 
Ure, David, of J. & D. Ure — house Chapelfield cottage, Blackball 
Ure, James, of J. & D. Ure — house Carronvale, Glasgow road 
Ure, J. & D., grocers and provision merchants, 22 High street 
Ure, Thomas, grocer, 97 Causeyside — house 3 Mansion house road 
Urie, Matthew, joiner and builder, Laighpark — house Overdale, Ren- 
frew road (see advt.) 
Urquhart, John, confectioner, 88 Causeyside — house 55 Causeyside 
Urquhart, Mrs., tobacconist and stationer, 1 Johnston st. — -ho. do. 
Urquhart, Robert, 6 Seedhill road 

Urquhart, William, confectioner, 81^ High st. and 35|- Broomlands 
Urqiihart, Mrs., confectioner, 30 Canal street — house do. 

VEITCH, George Seton, agent for Bank of Scotland, North British 
and Mercantile Insurance Co., and Norwich and London 
Accident Co. — house Friarshall 

Victoria Clothing Company, 17 Moss street 

Victoria (Royal) Eye Infirmary, 1 Forbes place 



156 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 



Victoria Lauudry (House of Refuge), Lady lane 

Virtue, John, wine and spirit merchant, 148 George st. — ho. 110 do. 

Votesi, Carlo, ice cream merchant and confectioner, 16 Causeyside 
— house 1 St. James street 

Vulcan Foundry and Engine works (Fullerton, Hodgart, & Bar- 
clay Limited), Renfrew road 

WADDELL, A. L., carver and gilder, 43 Wellmeadow — ho. 38 do. 
Waddell, Miss Elizabeth, dress and raantlemaker, 2 Johnston street 
"Waddell, J. M., mill foreman, 4 Ferguslie buildings 
Waddell, R. D., pork butcher and sausage maker, 96 High street 
Waddell, Mrs. E., spirit merchant, 78 Canal street — house 11 

Barclay street 
Wagstaff, Mrs, waste dealer, 5 Orchard street — ho. do. 
Walker, Alexander, cowfeeder, 32 Castle street 
Walker, Alexander, cowfeeder, 18 Gauze street 
Walker, David, finisher, 83 Seedhill road 
Walker, Drybrough, & Co., yarn printers, dyers, and scourers, 

Arkleston Print works — Glasgow house of call 68 Glassford 

street 
Walker, J., milliner, 69 Causeyside — house do. 
Walker, James, Strathblane, Meikleriggs 
Walker, James, superintendent of Hawkhead Cemetery — house 

Cemetery lodge 
Walker, James, spirit dealer, 16 Broomlands 
Walker, James, architect at J. & P. Coats, Ltd. — house Cross road, 

Meikleriggs 
Walker, James L., at Clark & Co.'s, Ltd. — ho. St, Margaret, 

Greenlaw drive 
Walker, John, surgeon-dentist, 44 New street and Netherton, 

Kames, Kyles of Bute 
Walker, John R., of Walkers & Co. — house 11 Grosvenor crescent, 

Kelvinside, Glasgow 
Walker, John, cowfeeder and potato merchant, 21 & 23 Abbey 

street 
Walker, John, feuar, 3 Castle street 
Walker, Martin, pawnbroker, 17 Storie street — house do. 
Walker, Miss M., draper, 35 Caledonia street 
Walker, Mrs., 3 Mansion house road 
Walker, Mrs. A., dressmaker, 69 Love street — house Adelphi place, 

North street 
Walker, Mrs., grocer, 19 Springbank road 
Walker, Robert, assistant sanitary inspector — house 16 Mackenzie 

street 



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Walker, Robert, farmer, Brounsfield, luchinnan 

Walker, Stewart, confectioner, 9 Back Sneddon — house do. 

Walker, Thomas, writer, Municipal buildings — house Mansion-house 

road 
Walker, Thomas, confectioner, 2 Bridge street — house do. 
Walker, Ursula, fruiterer and confectioner, 69 Love street 
Walker, William, writer, notary public, and Burgh procurator-jQscal, 

Municipal buildings ; agent for the Royal Insurance Co. and 

Manchester Fire Insurance Co. ; secretary and treasurer to the 

Faculty of Procurators, secretary and treasurer to the Liberal 

Unionist Association, and secretary and treasurer to the John 

Neilson Club — house Marymaur, Underwood 
Walker, William, coachman, Kilnside 
Walker, Wm. R., teller. Union Bank — house 509 Sauchiehall street, 

Glasgow 
Walkers & Co., shawl and muffler manufacturers, 113 Causeyside 
Wallace, Bernard, & Co., cotton, wool, and waste dealers, 7 South 

Croft 
Wallace, Charles, slater, 23 New Smithhills — house do. 
Wallace, Charles, plumber and slater, 28 Williamsburgh — ho. do. 
Wallace, Elizabeth, teacher. East Public School — house 32 

Smithhills 
Wallace & Co., drapers and silk mercers, 15 High street 
Wallace, Connell, & Co., plumbers, sanitary engineers, and lead 

merchants, 8 Gilmour street; telephone No. 133 
Wallace, George, officer of Victoria pi. Baptist Church and Equitable 

Funeral Society, 38 Lady lane 
Wallace, G€;orge, tailor and clothier, 3 Moss street — house 4 Max- 

wellton street 
Wallace, James, foreman designer with Coates Bros., Ltd. — ho. 38 

Well meadow 
Wallace, James, butcher, 8 Love street — house do. 
Wallace, James, fruiterer, 151 George street — house 7 Barr street 
Wallace, James, L.D.S., surgeon-dentist, 94 High street — house 

St. Kevin's, Meikleriggs 
Wallace, James, surgeon dentist, 36 Dundas St., Glasgow — houses 

Braehead, Gleniffer, and Westfield, Shawlands 
Wallace, James, T. P., 7 Stevenson street 
Wallace, John, of B. Wallace & Co, — house Phillips street 
Wallace, John, painter and paperhanger, 1 Johnston street — house 

14 Wardrop street (see advt.) 
Wallace, John, hairdresser, 6 Brown's lane — ho. 18 Stock street 
Wallace, Kobert, at John Young & Co.'s — house 7 Whitehead street 
Wallace, R. S., of Wallace & Co. — house Launceston, Kilmalcolm 



158 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 



Wallace. William, shoemaker, Kibble Reformatory, Greenock road 

— house 2 Caledonia place 
Wallace, Wm., of B. Wallace & Co., 7 South Croft — house 8 do. 
Wallace, William, jun., cashier to John Adam, writer, 5 County- 
place — house Kirtonholm, Howwood 
Wallace, Mrs., confectioner, 58 Causeyside — house do. 
Wallach, Mrs., Christie street 

Walls, Davina, stationer, 1 Wellmeadow — house 40 Lady lane 
Wallneuk Saw Mills (John Clark & Co.), 12 Wallneuk 
Walmsley, John, manager J. & P. Coats Ltd., Woodbank, Craw road 
Walsh, John, canvasser Ayr Steam Shipping Co. — house 3 Lyles- 

land terrace 
Walsh, William, merchant, commission and insurance agent, and 

secretary to Oddfellows' Society, 5 Cumberland court — house 

3 Lylesland terrace 
Walton, Rev. W. Ainslie, minister of St. James U.P. Church — ho. 

St. James manse, Castlehead 
Warden, M. T., of Sawers & Warden, 36 High street 
Wardrop, Alexander, with James Adam & Son, glaziers, 19 Moss 

street — house 7 Hannay street 
Wardrop, James, cooper and general dealer — house Braids road 
Wardrop, James D., slieriff-clerk's office — house 18 Greenhill road 
Warnock, jun., James, coal merchant and carting contractor, 13 

Abercorn street — house 16 Niddry street 
Warnock, James, watchmaker, jeweller, and optician, 20 Causeyside 

— house 57 Canal street 
Warnock, Maxwell, clerk, 8 New Sneddon street 
Wason, William, 41 Maxwellton 
Waters, Cook, & Co., manufacturers, 22 Thread street — telegraphic 

address, " Waters, Paisley " 
Waters, James, greengrocer and confectioner, 6 Orchard street — 

house do. 
Waters, James, stableman to Cowan & Co., 3 West Croft — house 

6 Orchard street 
Waters, William, of Waters, Cook, & Co. — house Gartmora villa, 

Greenlaw drive 
Waters, Wm., manager to Cartvale Chemical Co. (Limited) 

— ^house 60 New Sneddon 
Waters, William, remnant store, 11 Springbank road 
Waters, AVilliam, confectioner, 11 Springbank road — ho. do. 
Waters & Co., carting contractors, Back Sneddon and North street 

— house 60 and 68 New Sneddon 
Waterston, James, at Smith Bros. & Co.'s — house 8 Springbank 

road 



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Waterston, Jessie, teacher, Carbrook street Public School — house 

40 High street 
Watkins, Charles, of Blackwell & Co. — house Garthland house 
Watson, Alex., cashier at Adam Hamilton & Son's — house 4 

Gladstone terrace 
Watson, A. & T., boot and shoemaker, 4 Wellmeadow — house 36 

High street 
Watson, A. & W., butchers, 25 Causeyside st. and 11 Kilnside road 
Watson, Allan, of A. & W. Watson — house 2 Greenlaw terrace 
Watson, W.,& Co., carriers. Paisley and Glasgow, 16 Gilmour street 
Watson, David, banker, Glasgow — ho. Alton villa, Hawkhead road 
Watson, Henry, manager, Daily Express Ofhce — house 2 

Greenlaw avenue 
Watson, James, foreman at George Dobie & Sons — ho. 7 Hannay 

street 
Watson, James, wine and spirit merchant, 19 Causeyside 
Watson, James B., curator, George A. Clark Town Hall 
Watson, James, nurseryman and florist, Bellfield nursery, Inchinnan 

road — house Bellfield cottage, Inchinnan road 
Watson, James, Stanley place, 50 Causeyside 
Watson, J. S., manager with H. G. Porter & Co., Abercorn mills — 

house 1 Crossflat crescent 
Watson, John, boot and shoe warehouse, 32 Causeyside — house 2 

Alexandria place 
Watson, Mrs., fruiterer, 67 Broomlands 
Watson, Miss, dress and mantle maker, 3 Park terrace 
Watson, Neil, coal merchant, 26 Springbank road 
Watson, Peter, 13 Sir Michael street 
Watson, Robert, rope and twine manufacturer, Shortroods — office 

32 High street — house Muirfield, Meikleriggs 
Watson, R. W., Inland Revenue Officer, Saucel distillery 
Watson, Thomas, farmer, Fulwood, by Johnstone 
Watson, William, & Son, butchers, 27 High street — house 2 Green- 
law terrace 
Watson, William, jun., of A. & W. Watson — house 2 Greenlaw 

terrace 
Watson, William, cowfeeder, 10 Gateside 
Watt, Alexander, of Fullerton, Hodgart, & Barclay (Ltd.) — house 

Inchcape, Greenlaw 
Watt, George, The Cottage, Castlehead 
Watt, James, lieutenant of police — house 10 Thread street 
Watt, Miss, matron Scotch Girls' Friendly Society, 3 Forbes place 
Watt, Thomas, M.A., M.B., CM., physician and surgeon, 44 

High street 



160 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 

Watt, William, butter and egg merchant, 1 Castle street — house 38 

New street 
Watt, William, water meter surveyor to the Water Works Com- 
missioners — house 11 Lawn street 
Weatherston, Alexander, officer of South Parish Church — house 2 

Alexandria place, Calside 
Watt, B., farmer, Sergeantlaw 
Watt, T., farmer. West Thornleymuir 
Weddell, Misses, milliners and dressmakers, 23 Broomlands — house 

1 Park terrace. 
Wedderspoon, Richard, of the Sacell Brewery Co. — house St. 

Margaret's, Newlands road, Langside, Glasgow 
Weir, Alexandrina, teacher East Public School — house 10 Old 

Smithhills 
Weir, Andrew, secretary and treasurer Paisley Florist Society — 

house 4 Seedhill road 
Weir, Flora C, teacher Central Public School — house 84 George 

street 
Weir, James, farmer, Barskiven 

Weir, James, fishmonger, 15 Neilston road — house 9 Alice place 
Weir, James, wholesale and retail grocer, 10 Old Smithhills — 

house 10 do. 
Weir, James, Annfield place 

Weir, Jeanie, greengrocer and stationer, 3 Seedhill road — house do. 
Weir, Mrs., confectioner, 4 George street 

Weir, Mrs. J., fishmonger, 149 George street — house 16 Barr street 
Weir, Robert, secretary Wild Rose Lodge of Free Gardeners — 

house 7 Clavering street 
Welch, Wm., hairdresser and perfumer, 4 County place — house 5 

Mavisbank terrace 
Wells, John, dairy, 1 Neilston road 
Welsh & Graham, printers, 33 Gauze street 
Welsh, Alexander, 13 Cochran street 
Welsh, George, of J. & G. Welsh, drapers — house 10 Greenlaw 

avenue 
Welsh, James, wine and spirit merchant, 39 Stock street — house do. 
Welsh, J. & G., drapers and hosiers, 101 High street 
Welsh, Mrs., green grocer, 1 1 1 George street — house do. 
West Renfrewshire Conservative Association — Robert Stevenson, 

secretary — office 99 High street 
Westwood, Alexander M'D., clerk at Fleming & Ferguson's, Limited, 

— house Nethercommon buildings, Inchinnan road 
Whammond, James, wine and spirit merchant, 10 Caledonia street 

— house do. 



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Whammond, John G., M.A., teacher North Public School — house 

10 Caledonia street 
Whiriskey, James, tailor and clothier, 10 Causeyside — house 59 do. 
Whyte, George L., insurance agent, 5 Whitehaugh terrace 
Whyte, J. Balderston, C.A., investment broker, public auditor under 

the Provident and Friendly Societies Acts, burgh, auditor and 

assistant treasurer Paisley Infirmary, 94 High street ; telephone 

No. 214, telegrams "Accountant, Paisley" — house Ardmillan 
White, John, of Thomas White & Sons — house 5 Gateside 
White, John, farmer. Nether Craigends, by Johnstone 
White, John, 92 New Sneddon 

White, Matthew H., of Thomas White & Sons — house Saucel bank 
White, Mrs., dressmaker, 1 Phillips street 
Whyte, Mary, 31 Gauze street 

White, Peter C, spirit merchant, 10 George street — house do. 
White, Robert, confectioner, 21 Broomlands — house do. 
White, Thomas, & Sons, engineers and machine makers, Laighpark ; 

telephone No. 138 
White, T. G., yarn salesman at Pollock & Co.'s — ho. 3 M'Kerrell 

street 
White, William, farmer, Herschaw, Bishopton 
White, William, carter, 134 George street 

Whiteford, A. M., foreman at J. & J. Cook's — house 22 Blackball st. 
Whiteford, James B., of John M'Nair & Co. — house 46 High street 
Whiteford, James B., cashier to W. Caldwell & Co. — house 3 

Russell street 
Whiteford, John H., photographer, 25 Storie street (see advt.) 
Whiteford, Kate, teacher, Ferguslie School — house 6 Seedhill 
Whiteford, Mrs. James, fruiterer, 53 Causeyside — house 67 do. 
Whiteford, Thomas, joiner, 83 Seedhill road 
Whitehead, A., family grocer and wine and spirit merchant, 44 

Broomlands 
Whitehead, Andrew, goods agent N.B. Railway Co., Canal station 

— house 9 Whitehaugh terrace 
Whitehead, David, of J. & D. Whitehead — ho. 4 Buchanan ter. 
Whitehead, J. & D., coal merchants — offices 16 Moss street; tele- 
phone No. 60 
Whitehead, James, director of A. F. Craig & Co. Ltd., 6 Buchanan 

terrace 
Whitehead, Joseph, insurance agent, 16 Moss street — ho.Waterbeck, 

Ashton, Gourock ; telephone No. 60 
Whitehill, M. & Co., shawl and fancy goods manufacturers, 8 and 9 

Causeyside # 

Whyte, Robert, salesman, 81 Seedhill road 

L 



162 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 



Wilkie, Andrew, stationer and newsagent, 99 Causeyside — 

house 3 Wardrop street 
Wilkie, Archibald, station master, Abercoru Station 
Wilkie, John, & Sons, painters and paperhangers, 39 High street 
Wilkinson, Oswald, manager of dyeworks at J. & P. Coats 

Limited — house Kilmalcolm 
Wilkinson, Wm., of Sale & Co., 109 High st.— ho. 78 Seedhillrd. 
Williams, J. T., reporter Paisley and Renfrewshire Gazette — house 

11 Whitehead street 
Williams, Mrs., milliner, 100 Causeyside — house 12 Wardrop street 
Williams, T., night manager, Knowes cottages, Glenfield 
Williamson, James, 4 Laighpark 

Wills, George, confectioner and greengrocer, 57 George street 
Wills, James, market gardener, Whitehaugh farm 
Wills, James, dairyman, Whitehaugh farm 
Wills, James, grocer, 54 Causeyside — house 11 Espedair street 
Wilson, Agnes R. C, teacher, Camphill Public School — house 48 

Causeyside 
Wilson, Rev. Alexander, minister of the E. U. Congregational 

Church — house 48 Causeyside 
Wilson, Archibald, wine and spirit merchant, 56 Causeyside — house 

63 Causeyside 
Wilson & Boyd, brush manufacturers, 36 NeW street 
Wilson, Charles, flesher, 22 Sandholes — ho. 1 Well street 
Wilson, Daniel, joiner, 48 High street — house 3 Clavering street 
Wilson & Co., slaters, slate and cement merchants, 4 Townhead ter. 
Wilson, Daniel M., cashier at Clark & Co.'s Ltd. — house 50 

Causeyside 
Wilson, David, of M. Whitehill & Co.'s— ho. South Gallowhill house 
Wilson, David, commission agent, Glasgow — house 20 High street 
Wilson, David, hardware merchant, 12 Old Smithhills — house 14 

Thread street 
Wilson, David W., baker, 6 Bank street — house 7 Silk street 
Wilson, George, & Co., muslin manufacturers, George street 

factory, 147 George street 
Wilson, James, hall-keeper. Drill Hall — house Sandholes 
Wilson, James, agent for printing machinery, ink, &c., 20 Kilnside rd. 
Wilson, James A., teacher, West Public School — ho, 1 Gordon place 
Wilson, James, P.A., F.R.C.P., L.R.C.P., D.Ph., 18 Kilnside road 

— house 3 Greenlaw terrace 
Wilson, Jessie L., dressmaker, 1 Gordon place, King street 
Wilson, J. D., accountant, agent for house, property, fire, life, 

accident, and glass insurance, 12 St. Mirren street — house 4 

Townhead terrace 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 163 



Wilson, J. D., of Wilson & Co., slaters, 19 Sandholes — house 4 

Town head terrace 
Wilson, John, of M. Whitehill & Co. — house Brownheath, 

Craw road 
Wilson, John, factor to Lord Blantyre, Freeland, near Bishopton 
Wilson, John, of Craig & Wilson — ho. 5 Mavisbank ter,, Blackball 
Wilson, John C, clerk to Isdale & M'Callum — ho. 3 Stirling st. 
Wilson, J., & Co., contractors, Colinslee 
Wilson, John, jun., hatter, hosier, and glover, 25 High street — 

house Brownheath, Craw road 
Wilson, Miss, dressmaker, 2 Johnston street 
Wilson, Miss, shoemaker, 23 Maxwellton street 
Wilson, Mrs., keeper of cabmen's rest, County place — house 

23 Cotton street 
Wilson, Mrs., confectioner, 6 Incle street — house do. 
Wilson, Mrs. Robert, 4 Underwood road 

Wilson, Mrs., confectioner and fruiterer, 20 Lawn st. — ho. do. 
Wilson, Robert, baker. 111 George street 
Wilson, Robert, slater, 23 West street 
Wilson, Robert, & Co., starch and corn flour manufacturers, 

Adelphi Starch works. New Sneddon street 
Wilson, Robert, & Laird, auctioneers and live stock agents — sale 

yard 13 Storie street — office 97 High street 
Wilson, Robert, of Robert Wilson & Laird — ho. Manswraes, Bridge 

of Weir 
Wilson, Robert, builder — yard 20 Greenhill road — house do. 
Wilson, Thomas, & Son, builders, 14 Abbey close 
Wilson, jun., Thomas, of Thomas Wilson & Son — ho. 5 Stirling st. 
Wilson, sen., Thomas, of Thomas Wilson & Son — house 9 South 

Campbell street 
Wilson, Thomas, & Son, chemists and druggists, 36 Ferguslie 
Wilson, Thos., hairdresser, 24 New street — house 23 Johnston street 
Wilson, Thomas, confectioner, 9 George street — house 10 George 

street 
Wilson, Thomas, wine and spirit merchant, 1 Mossvale lane — house 

Mossvale cottage 
Wilson, Thomas C, traveller to Co-operative Manufacturing 

Society, Ltd. — house 26 New Stock street 
Wilson, Violet J., teacher Camphill School — ho. 1 Stanley place 
Wilson, Walter, watchmaker and jeweller, 2 Wellmeadow — house 

9 East lane 
Wilson, Walter L., fancy goods merchant, 25 Old Sneddon — ho. do. 
Wilson, William, of Geo. Wilson & Co. — house Brabloch, Renfrew- 
road 



164 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 



Wilson, William, bookbinder, 18 Gilmour street — house 8 G-reen- 
law avenue 

Wilson, William, of Thomas Wilson & Son, and sub-postmaster, 
36 Ferguslie — house 29 Maxwellton 

Wilson, William R., photographer, 33 Glen street 

Wilson, William, Nethercommon house 

Wilson, William, watchmaker and jeweller, 39 High street — house 
Auchencairn, Hawkhead road 

Wilson, Wm , salesman to D. Logan & Son, Ltd. — house 17 Alice pi. 

Wilson, William, superintendent of County Police — house County 
buildings 

Winchester, James, superintendent. Industrial School 

Winchester, Mrs., matron, Industrial School, Albion street 

Winfield, J., insurance clerk, 8 St. Mirren street — house 11 
Whitehaugh terrace 

Wingate, Matthew, forrester, 53 Canal street 

Winning, James, of Winning & Fulton — house 13 Greenlaw avenue 

Winning & Fulton, accountants, house-factors, licensed property 
valuators, and insurance - agents, and secretaries to the 
"Economic" building societies, Terrace buildings, 109 High 
street (see advt.) 

Winning, Mrs., grocer, 27 New Sneddon street 

Winning, Mrs. Mary, draper and hosier, 49 Broomlands 

Wishart, John, baker and confectioner, 43 Broomlands 

Wishart, Miss L., North Public School — house 2 Springbank road 

Wood, Alexander, restaurateur, 6 High street — ho. 11 Greenlaw 
avenue 

Wood, George, of G. Wood & Co., 15 Causeyside — ho. 28 Ferguslie 

Wood, G., & Co., glaziers, joiners, greenhouse builders, &c., 15 
Causeyside (see advt.) 

Wood, James, & Co., coal merchants. Underwood, Canal street, 
Ferguslie, Saucel, and Potterhill depots. Paisley j Fulbar 
street, Renfrew ; Bridge of Weir Railway station ; and Clyde- 
bank Railway station ; telephone No. 36 (see advt.) 

Wood, John A., of James Wood & Co. — house Parkgate, High 
Carriagehill drive 

Wood, John, of J. & G. Wood, 28 Ferguslie 

Wood, J. Muir, & Co., pianoforte and harmonium dealers, and 
music sellers, 49 High street (see advt.) 

Wood, Mrs., hosier, 28 Wellmeadow — house do. 

Wood, Robert, cashier to the Scottish Clerks' Association, Glasgow 
— house 1 Johnston street 

Wood, William, missionary Canal Street U.P. Church — house 28 
Perguslie 



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Woodrow, John, teacher, John Neilson Institution — house Berry- 

knowe, Meikleriggs 
Woodrow, William, fishmonger, 66 Canal street — ho. 44 Calside 
Woolley, Arthur, of G. & A. Woolley — house 14 Greenlaw avenue 
Woolley George, of G. & A. Woolley — house 4 Greenlaw terrace 
Woolley, G. & A., billposters and advertising contractors, 2 Old 

Smithhills; telephone No. 217 
Working-men's Home, 86 and 88 New Sneddon — Bernard M'Ghee, 

proprietor 
Worthington, W., Ingleside, Carriagehill drive 
Worthington, William, at James Stewart & Co.'s — house Ingleside, 

Carriagehill drive 
Wotherspoons & Allan, insurance agents, Maxwellton 
Wotherspoon, Francis William, of Wm. M'Intyre, jun., & Co. — 

house Maxwellton 
Wotherspoon, Frank, of Robert Wotherspoon & Son, 8 and 42 

High street — house 42 do. 
Wotherspoon, John B., at Wm. M'Intyre, jun., & Co.'s — house 

Suunyside 
Wotherspoon & Son, stationers, 42 High street 
Wotherspoon, Robert, & Son, stationers, printers, and account-book 

makers, 8 and 42 High street 
Wotherspoon, Thomas Glen, of Wm. M'Intyre, jun., & Co. — house 

Maxwellton 
Wotherspoon, William, manufacturer of corn flour and Glenfield 

starch — works Maxwellton — warehouse Laurence Pountney 

lane, London, E.C. 
Wright, Charles J., manager to Colinslee Chemical Co. — house 1 

Gladstone terrace 
Wright, Daniel, at Ja. Caldwell, Muir, & Caldwell's — house 22 

Abbey street 
Wright, James, of J. & J. Wright — ho. 26 Caledonia st. 
Wright, James, grocer, 15 Gauze street — ho. 19 Whitehead st. 
Wright, James, of D. Paton & Co., Carriagehill house 
Wright, John, of Pollock & Cochrane — ho. 11 Lady lane 
Wright, J. & J., grocers and provision merchants, 6 Springbank 

road 
Wright, John, of J. & J. Wright — house 3 Kerr street 
Wright, Mrs., Calside villa 

Wright, Morris MacD., architect. The Orchard, Greenlaw drive 
Wright, M., grocer, 22 Abbey street 
Wright, Miss Robina, general dealer, Ferguslie 
Wright, Mrs., dairy, 23 Calside — house do. 
WyliCj Andrew, 6 Rosebery place 



166 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 

Wylie, David, confectioner, 29 Orchard street 

Wylie, James, commissionaire at J. &P. Coats, Ltd. — ho. 19 Thistle 

terrace, Meikleriggs 
Wylie, Jessie, teacher North Public School — house 71 Love street 
Wylie, Kate S., teacher of music, Muiriston, Hawkhead road 
Wylie, Robert, teller. The Savings Bank of Paisley — house 5 

Kerr street, Underwood 
Wylie, Robert, at M'Innes, Mackenzie, & Lochhead's — house 

Homecraig, Skelmorlie 
Wylie, Robina, teacher at John Neilston Institution — house 

Muiriston, Hawkhead road 
Wylie, William, boot and shoe maker, 33 High street — house 

Muiriston, Hawkhead road 

YEATS, George, retired warrant officer from R.N., keeper of 
County and Court House Buildings — house Court House 
Buildings, St. James street 
Yielder, R., & Co., restaurateur and purveyor, " Royal Oak," 

45 Moss street, and " Cross Cafe " (see advt.) 
Yielder, Richard, of R. Yielder & Co. — house Tyneholm, Hawk- 
head road 
Yielder's Cafe, 103 High street 
Yielder, Miss, music teacher. Grammar School 
Young, Alex., confectioner, 6 Bank street — ho. 27 Kilnside road 
Young, A., salt and whiting merchant, 11 Sandholes 
Young, Andrew, water meter inspector, 19 Mill street 
Young, David, farmer. Old hall, and Alton farm, Glasgow road 
Young, David, bird dealer and stuffer, 59 Storie street — house 10 

Camphill place 
Young, David, of Young & Martin — ho. Wallace bank, Castlehead 
Young, David, bank accountant, Primrose cottage, Hawkhead road 
Young, Hugh, joiner, 11 Carriagehill — ho. 37 Great Hamilton st. 
Young, J. & J., brassfounders, Nethercommon 
Young, Jas, A.,of Young & Martin — ho. Wallace bank, Castlehead 
Young, James H., of John Young & Co. — house Ecclestoun, 

Castlehead 
Young, James, of J. & J. Young — house 3 Nethercommon 
Young, James, cashier to John Highgate & Co. — ho. 1 Kerr street 
Young, James, commercial traveller, 10 Whitehaugh terrace 
Young, James, mason, Rosshall Farm 
Young, James, wine and spirit merchant, 19 Abbey st. — house 10 

Whitehaugh terrace 
Young, James L., with William Young — ho. 43 Gordon's lane 
Yonng, Rev. Francis, R.C. clergyman, 2 East Buchanan street 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 167 



Young, Rev. James, B.D., minister of North Parish Church — house 
North Parish manse, Inchinnan road 

Young, Rev. James, Original Secession Church — house 7 Greenlaw 
avenue 

Young, John, of J. & J. Young — house 3 Nethercommon 

Young, John, of John Young & Sons — house, 93 High street 

Young, John, & Sons, boot and shoe manufacturers, 93 High street 

Young, John, & Co., timber merchants and saw millers, Burgh 
Saw Mills, Caledonia street 

Young, John, jun., 93 High street 

Young, John, & Sou, drapers and clothiers, 7 Orr square 

Young, Joseph P., of Young & Kelly, coal merchants — house 2 
John street 

Young & Kelly, coal merchants, Underwood Depot. Telephone 
No., 263 

Young, Matthew, of Kerr & Young — house 3 Albion street 

Young & Martin, writers, and Town Clerks, Municipal buildings. 
Telegrams, " Town Clerks, Paisley " ; Telephone No., 254 

Young, Misses J. S. and A. L., 8 Orr square 

Young, Mrs. John, Priory Park 

Young, Mrs. M., tobacconist and newsagent, 19 Moss street 

Young, Nathaniel T., of John Young & Son — house 7 Orr square 

Young, Robert, railway superintendent, joint lines, Gneenlaw 
station — house 4 Greenlaw avenue 

Young, R. C, farmer, Netherfield and, Fulwood, by Johnstone 

Young, Robert, plumber, 11 Phillips street 

Young, Samuel, of John Young & Co. — ho. Priory park, Castlehead 

Young, William, cowfeeder, and hay and straw merchant, 11 
Broomlands 

Young, William, carriage hirer and funeral undertaker — office 2 
County place — branch office Canal station — stables and work- 
shop, 43 Gordon's lane — Telephone No. 28 — ho. 43 Gordon's 
lane (see advt.) 

Young, William, clerk Sanitary Office — ho. Lucetta cottage, Calside 

Young, William, master of works. Industrial School — house Indus- 
trial School lodge, Albion street 

Young, William, mill foreman, with J. & P. Coats, Ltd., 8 Thistle 
street 

Young, William, collector Scottish Life Assurance Society — house 
9 Phillips street 

Younger, William, farm overseer, Kibble Reformatory, 2 Springbank 
road 

Yuill, William, tobacconist, 11 Old Smithhills — house do. 



HUTCHISON & CO., 



SLATERS 



AND 

GENERAL C O N T R A C T O H S, 

6 WELLMEADOW, 



AND 

245 ST. YIl^CENT STREET, GLASGOW. 



D. T. HUTCHISON, 

PLASTERER, 

6 WELLMEADOW. 

245 ST. VINCENT STREET 

AND 

139 COWC ADDERS, GLASGOW. 



Estimates given for all kiinds of 

ORANITE liVORK. 

TRADE SUPPLIED WITH MODELLING AND ORNAMENTS. 



THE 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY, 

ARRANGED IN TRADES AND PROFESSIONS, 



Accountants. 

Begg, R. C, 15 Gilmour street 
Biggar, William, 8 Gilmour street 
Cadell & Simmers, C.A., 12 St. Mirren 

street 
Hamilton, Andrew, 93 High street 
Hamilton, Hugh, 4 Bank street 
Jackson & Abercrombie, 5 County 

place ^ 

Keay Angus, & Allison, 98 High street 
Kirkwood & Goudie, 23 Moss street 
Lauchlan, R., 13 Moss street 
Matbeson, A., 93 High street 
Muir, John, Annfield villa, Castlehead 
M'Gown, Alex. B., 107 High st. 
Whyte, J. B., C.A., 9* High street 
Wilson, J. D., 12 St. Mirren street 
"Winning & Pulton, Terrace buildings, 

109 High street 



Agents for Companies, &c. 

(See also Yarn Agents.) 

Adam, John, 5 County place 
Allison, Allan, 4 Stevenson street 
Armour, Rcbt. (insurance), 3 Buchanan 

terrace 
Auchterlonie, William (Assurance),Oanal 

Station 
Begg, R. C, 15 Gilmour street 
Bell, Walter, & Co. (Ltd.), 22 Old 

Sneddon 
Beswick, John L., 4 Garthland street 
Biggar, Thomas, 8 Gilmour street 
Biggar, William, 8 Gilmour street 
Black, Malcolm (railway) Underwood 

depot and St. James' station 



Bowie, Allan (carting), G. & P. Joint 

Railway Co., Greenlaw- 
Brown, Wm,, jun.,& Co., 107 Causeyside 
Burns, James, 23 Abbey street 
Chalmers, Livingstone, 21 Well street 
Cochran, W. M., 21 High street 
Connell, J., & Sons, Terrace buildings 
Cowan & Co. (Railway), Canal Goods 

Station 
Duff, Wm. (cycle), 25 George street 
Easton, Robert, 40 High street 
Fulton & Co., 23 Old Sneddon street 
Gardner, James, 3 County place 
Gilmour, Jamt^s, 1 Mansion House road 
Hamilton, Andrew, 93 High street 
Hamilton, Robert (shipping), 43 Lady 

lane 
Hamilton, Wm., 146 George street 
Hart, Thomas, 6 George street 
Hay, George, Canal station 
Kerr, Thomas L., G. & S.-W. Railway 

Company, Potterhill 
Howat, Robert, 31 Storie street 
Jaap, John, 15 Wellmeadow 
Jackson & Abercrombie, 5 County place 
James, Wm. E., (Cowan & Co.), Canal 

station 
Kilpatrick, Archibald, 105 High street 
Kirk, Geo. G. (insurance), NewSmithhills 
Kirkwood & Goudie, 23 Moss street 
Laiug, Wm. (insurance), 4 Newton st. 
Lamb, J. B., 12 High street 
Lauchlan, Robert, 13 Moss street 
Logan, David, & Sou (Ltd.), 13 Canal 

street 
Lorimer, J. C. (assurance^ 5 George 

street 
Millar, Robert, Bushes 
Muir, A. (shipping), 104 High street 
Muir, Francis, 15 Greenlaw avenue 



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Muir, Matthew, 2 Janefield place 
Murray, Archibald, 8 St. Mirren St. 
M'Allister, Alex., 48 Moss street 
M'Andrew, John, 34 New Sneddon 
M'Call, George W., 19 Greenhill road 
M'Cowatt, Stewart, Gilmour St. Station 
Macdougall, A. M., 4 Whitehaugh ter. 
M'Faddeu, Archd., 8 St, Mirrea street 
M'Gown, Ales. B., 107 High st. (Cross) 
M*Nair, William, jun., 32 Glen street 
Orr, Daniel (carting), Goods Stations 

Greenlaw and St. James' 
Peattie, Wm. (shipping), 2 Jrilmour st. 
Pinkerton, James, 40 High street 
Eeid, T. F., & Donaldson, 12 Causeyside 

street 
Robertson, James, 82 Seedhill road 
Robertson & Son (shipping), 48 Moss 

street 
Russell, Robert Y. (insurance), 9 White- 
haugh terrace 
Russell, Thomas, 17 Greenhill road 
Sale & Co., 109 High street 
Simpson, Andrew, 21 High street 
Thomson, James, 39 Broomlands 
Walsh, Williani, 5 Cumberland court 
White, George L., 5 Whitehaugh terrace 
Whitehead, Joseph, 16 Moss street 
Wilson, James (printing machinei'y, ink, 

&c.), 20 Kilnside road 
Wilson, Robert, & Laird (live stock), 97 

High street 
Wilson, W. (shipping), 18 Gilmour 

street 
Wotherspoon & Allan, Maxwellton 



JBrated T^ater Manufacturers. 

Gilmour, John, Weir street 
Hosie Brothers, 36 Gordon's lane 
Moscardini, P., 17 Neilston road 
Nardi, Mariano, 38 High street 
Neil, John, Ferguslie walk 
Stevenson, David, 5 and 8 Glen lane 

Architects and Land 
Surveyors. 

Abercrombie, T. Graham, 18 Gilmour 

street 
Caldwell, Peter, 12 High street 
Davidson, Charles, 109 High street 
Donald, James, 99 High street 
Hamilton, Robert A., 93 High street 



Hutchison, John, F.R.I.B.A., Fairhill, 

Calside 
Lamb, James B., I. A , 12 High street 
M'Lennau, W. D., 96 High street 
Paterson, Robert, &Son, 27 Orchard st. 

(land surveyors) 
Quinton, W-. Eandell, 12 Hunter st. 
Rennisou, J. A., 15 Gilmour street 
Ross, Alexander, 2 Crossflat crescent 
Wright, M. M'D., Greenlaw drive 

Auctioneers and Appraisers- 
Johnston, D. L., & Co., 26 and 27 Old 

Sneddon 
Law, William, 113 Causeyside 
Paterson, Robert, & Son, 27 Orchard st. 
Wilson, Robert, & Laird, 97 High street 

Bakers. 

Aitken, Thomas, 17 Wellmeadow 
Alexander, Mrs. John, 5 Love street 
Baillie, Peter, 6 Broomlands 
Baillie, Peter, 79 Broomlands 
Blair, Hugh, 152 George street 
Blair, Hugh, 22 Sandholes 
Cherry, James, 33 Gauze street 
Curr, William, 6 Moss street 
Cuthbertson, Alexander, 33 Causeyside 
Equitable Co-operative Society, 37 

Great Hamilton street 
Gibson, Andrew. & Son, 98 High street 
Gilmour, Allan, & Son, 144 George 

street 
Hamilton & Thomson, 18 Broomlands 
Hamilton, Mrs. Robert, 55 Causeyside 
Harper, Alexander, 43 Caledonia street 
Holmes, Alexander, 24 Causeyside 
Hutton, W., 5 Moss street 
Kelly, James Y., 34 High street 
Kennedy, John, 31 High street and 1 

Crossflat terrace 
Kirkwood, Alexandei-, 22 Wellmeadow 
Lockhart, Mrs. Alexander, 25 Gordon's 

lane 
Millar, Alex. F., 70 Love street 
Morton, George, 73 Love street 
Munro, H., 6 Silk street 
M'George, John, 105 George street 
M'Ghee, William, 47 High street 
M'Intosh, Robert, 5 George street 
M'Kean, John, 8 Carriagehill 
M'Kean, Robert, 52 Caledonia street 
M'Kean, William, 4 Old Smithhills 
McMillan, J. G., 5Q Causeyside street 



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M'Millan, Johu, 29 Canal street 
M'Millan, Thomas, 103 Causeyside 
Paisley Provident Co-Operative Bakery, 

139 George street 
Patrick, W. N., 69 Broomlands 
Eichmond, James, 43 Old Sneddon 
Simpson, James, 3 Great Hamilton st. 
Sinclair, Daniel, 3 Garthland street and 

11 Kiluside i*oad 
Smith, Alexander, 41 Broomlands and 

10 North Croft 
Steven, Mrs. William, 82 Canal street 
Stewart, Jos., 7 Old Sneddon 
Swan, J. & M., 78 Causeyside 
Wilson, David W. , 6 Bank street 
Wilson, Eobert, 111 George street 
Wishart, John, 43 Broomlands 

Bankers. 

Aucott, David D., British Linen Coy. 
Bank, 17 Gilmoi;r street 

Dickson, Wm., Eoyal Bank, St. Mir- 
reu street 

Murray, John E., Union Bank, 3 Gil- 
mour street and 14 Wellmeadow 

M'Gown, A, B , Savings Bank of Pais- 
ley, 107 High street 

Maclean, Donald, National Bank, 5 
High street 

Eoss, James, Commercial Bank of Scot- 
land, 102 High st.and 18 Wellmeadow 

Eussell, Eobert, Clydesdale Bank, 7 
High street 

Veitch, George Seton, Bank of Scot- 
land, St. Mirren street 

Bath Hakers. 

Doultou & Co., Ltd., Hawkhead read 

Beamer. 

Beaton, William, 18 Neilston road 

Belt Makers. 

Dick, E. & J., 90 High street 

Bill Fosters. 

Paisley & District Billposting Company, 

13 Wellmeadow 
Woolley, G. & A., 2 Old Smithhills 

Bird. Dealer. 

Young, David, 59 Storie street 



Blacking and Polishing Paste 
Maniifactiirers. 

Macpherson & Co., Marshall's lane 
Steen, J., & Co., 84 Causeyside 

Bleachers, Sha-wl "Washers, 
Scourers, &c. 

Bell, A., & Son, Ltd., Stanley Dye Works 
Cunningham, William, & Co., 15 Abbey 

sti-eet 
Fulton, William, & Sons Ltd., Gienfield 
Hamilton, Adam, & Sons, Blackland Mill 
Hutchison, Wm.,jun., & Co., George pi. 
Leggat, David, & Co., Colinslee 
M'Lardie, James, & Sons, Meikleriggs 
Pollock & Cochrane, Thrushcraig 
Seedhill Finishing Co. Ltd., Seedhillrd. 
Walker, Drybrough, & Co., Arkleston 

Boilermakers. 

Bow, M'Lachlan, & Co., Thisi.e vi^orks? 

Abbotsinch 
Campbell & Caldervvood, Murray st. 
Craig, A. F., & Co., Ltd., Caledonia 

works, Macdowall street 
Fleming & Ferguson, Ltd., Inchinnan 

road 
FuUerton, Hodgart, & Barclay (Limited), 

Vulcan Works, Eenfrew road 
Hanna, Donald, & Wilson, 23 New 

Sneddon 

Bookloinders. 

Carswell, David, & Sou, 35 Storie st. 
Carswell, J., & Co., 14 Causeyside st. 
Cook, J. & J., 94 High street 
Hay, E., & Son, 10 High street 
Parlane, J. & E., 97 Hi ':h street 
Wilson, William, 18 Gilmour street 
Wotherspoon, E., & Son, 8 High street 

Booksellers and Stationers. 

Baird, H., 19 Wellmeadow 
Ballantyue, Johu, & Son, 28 High 

street 
Barr, Johu, 81 High street 
Begg, Thomas, 24 Cotton street 
Black, Alexander, 21 Causeyside 
Blackley, Mrs., 44 Causeyside 
Brown, Mrs. A., 4 Storie street 
Beckett, James, 33 Gauze street 
Brown, J. & M., 45 Old Sneddon 



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Brown, Ralph (Wholesale), 12 New 

Smithhills 
Brown, William, 3 Moss street 
Caldwell, J., 2 Gilmour street 
Caldwell, Johu, 74 Love street 
Cochran, Robert, 40 Caledonia street 
Cochran, William, 24 Wellmeadow and 

25 Moss -street 
Colquhoun, Alex., 15 George street 
Craig, Daniel, 10 La^-^u street 
Davis, John, 1 Springbank road 
Eccles, Miss A., 74 Broomlands 
Ferguson, John, 64 Broomlands 
Findlay, P., 12 Old Sneddon 
Fiiltou, Wm.. 6 Silk street 
Gardner, Alexander, 7 Gilmour street 
Gardner, Matthew, 4 Garthland street 
Goudie, James, 24 High street 
Glover, Thomas, 11 Moss street 
Gray, Mrs., 51 High street 
Greeulees. Miss J., 10 Old Sneddon 
Hay, Robert, & Sou, 10 High street 
Hayes, Mrs, William, 8 St. James 

place 
Holmes, Robert, 28 Wellmeadow 
Houston, Mrs., 20 Glen street 
Hyndman, Thomas, 134 George street 
Kelly, J., 18 Neilston road 
Menzies, Matthew, I Wellmeadow (old 

and new books) 
Mitchell, A,, 6 Bank street 
Moore, Matthew, 2 Bank street 
Morrison, Mrs., 1 George street 
Morton, Andrew, 24 Causeyside 
M'Comely, W., 30 Causeyside 
M'Dougal, Allan, 109 High street 
M'Dougal Brothers, 4 Moss street and 

106 Causeyside 
M'Gregor, James, 68 Causeyside 
M'Kinnon, Donald, 15 Neilston road 
Orr, Miss, 29 Canal street 
Park, Robert, 1 Bute place 
Parlaue, J. & R., 97 High street 
Patterson, George, 67 George street 
Paterson, John. 24 Maxwellton street 
Paton, James, jun., 92 High street 
Patou, Mrs. John, 8 Moucrielf street 
Reid, James, 6 Moss street and 33 

Gauze street 
Reid, William, 13 Underwood road 
Robson, William, 82 Broomlands 
Sinclair, A. 5 Neilston road 
Small, William, 63 Causeyside 
Stevenson, John, 24 Broomlands 
Thomson, Mrs. A., 2 Gauze street 



Thomson, Elizabeth, 24 New street 
Urquhart, Mrs., 1 Johnston street 
Walls, Davina, 1 Wellmeadow 
Weir, Jeanie, 3 Seedhill road 
Wilkie, Andrew, 99 Causeyside 
Wilson, Walter L., 12 Smithhills 
Wotherspoon, Robert, & Son, 42 High 

street 
Young, Mrs. M., 19 Moss street 



Boot and Shoemakers. 

Adam, Miss M., 1 Mavisbank terrace 
Bruce, Mrs. Alexander, 75 Love street 
Cairnie, James, 100 Causeyside 
Cameron, Johu, 70 Broomlands 
Campbell, Robert (clogmaker), 4 

Causeyside 
Carnochan, James. 58 George street 
Caskie, James, 985- George street 
Coats, Hamilton, 5 Cotton street 
Cochran, J. M. (slipper - maker), 1 

Alexandria place 
Co-operative (Provident) Societv, Shoe- 
shops, 14 Causeyside and 48 Broom- 
lauds 
Crawford, Gavin, 97 High street 
Crawford, John, 6 Gi'nenhill road 
Dick, James, & Sons. 166 George street 
Dick, R. & J., 90 High street 
Dobbie, William, 10 Gauze street 
Dougan, C, 35^ Broomlands 
Downie, Wm., 54 S'^orie street 
Drennan, Robert, 5 Old Sneddon 
Duffy, Francis, 126 George street 
Duffy, Francis, jun., 16 Storie street 
Dunlop, David, 24 Wellmeadow 
Dunlop, Thomas, 2 Broomlands 
Elliot, John, 25 Maxwellton street 
Equitable Co-operative Boot Shop^ 36 

Great Hamilton street 
Forsyth, George, 53 High street 
Forsyth, William, 11 West Buchanan st. 
Garven, John, 4 Lawn street 
Gibson, David, 109 Causeyside 
Glasgow & Govan Boot Repairing Co., 
11 Gauze street, 8 Broomlands, 9 
Old Sneddon, 151 George street, 16 
Neilston road, 30 Causeyside, and 26 
Williamsburgh ■ — Thomson Totten, 
manager 
Greenlees, James, & Sons, 21 High 

street 
Hair, Robert, 26 Storie street 



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Hill, John, 3 Garthland street 
Houston, Mrs. John, 15 Old Sniithhills 
Hume, David J., 14 Underwood road 
Hutchison, Mrs. Robert, 36 High street 
Jamieson, James, 6 Lylesland 
Kennedy, Archibald, 88 Canal street 
Kennedy, David, IH Gauze street 
Kennedy, George, 6 West Oroft 
Kernohan, John, 109 George street and 

16 Welimeadow 
Lappan, Thomas, 4 New street 
Lochhead, James C, 3 Love street 
Lockhart, George, 32 Welimeadow 
Morris, Noble, 36 Great Hamilton street 
M'Ausland, John, 5 New Smithbills 
M'Ausland, William, 14 High street 
M'Donald, Allan, 6 Neilston street 
M'Douald, James, 37 Moss street 
M'Farlane, Alexander, 1 George street 
M'Garrity, Charles, 5 St. James street 
M'Ginues, John, 16 Lady lane 
M'Intyre Thomas, 13 Uuderwwod rd. 
M'Keudrick, William, 13 Newton st. 
M'Lean, John, 46 Well street 
M'Lune, William, 23 Carriagehill 
M'Naught, J., 7 Orchard street 
M'Nish, Alex., 95 High street 
M'iSish, William, 5 County place and 

41 Moss street 
Nicolson, John, 3 Spriugbank road 
Niven, Robert, 4 Barr street 
Oakes, Robert, 5 Welimeadow and 4 

Storie street 
O'Riley, William, 29 Canal jstreet 
Pollock, Robert, 58 Causeyside 
Reid, Wm., 33 Canal street 
Rogers, Samuel B., 131 George street 
Sandilands, John, 13 Causeyside 
Sorbie, John, 18 Neilston road 
Stead & Simpson, Ltd., 8 Moss street 

and 91 High street 
Stewart, James, 19 Broomlands 
Tyler, H. P., 90 High street 
Watson, A. & T., 4 Welimeadow 
Watson, John, 32 Causeyside 
Wilson, Miss, 23 Maxwellton street 
Wylie, William, 33 High street 
Young, John, & Sous, 93 High street 

Bottlers. 

(See Aerated Water Manufacturers) 

BoT^ling-^reen Bo-wl Makers. 

(See Wood Turners.) 



Boxmalsers crancy). 

Davidson & Ritchie, Henderson street 

Bozmakers CWood). 

Clark, John, & Co., VVallneuk Saw Mills 
Hawson & Hannah, Spriugbank Saw 

Mills 
Highgate, John, & Co., Caledonia Saw 

Mills, Murray street, and Baltic Saw 

Mills, Macdowall street 
Paton, Robert, Espedair Works, Cau- 



Ritchie, George, 36 Gordon's lane 
Young, John, & Co., Burgh Saw Mills 

Brassfounders. 

Brown, Robert, 10 Espedair street 
Cochran &M'Gechan,22 New Smithbills 
Doulton & Co., Hawkhead road 
Morrison, John, & Sons, Murray street 
Robertson, George, & Sous, 55 Back 

Sneddon 
Todd, George, sen., 13 High street 
"ioung, J. & J., Nethercommon 

Brewers. 

Sacell Brewery Co., 8 Saucel 

Brickmakers and Brickbuilders. 

Bell & M'Lachlan, 2 Glen lane 
Gait, John, & Son — works Nethercom- 
mon 
Hillcoat, Gavin, Nethercommon 
Hillcoat, William, 3 Russell street 
Morton, Robert, Weir street, and 
(postal address) Edelweiss, Glasgow 
road 
M'Kaig, Thomas, Victoria Brickworks, 

28 Love street 
Pollock, Wm., Williesdene, Greenock rd. 
Primrose, George, Underwood lane 
Robertson, George, & Co., 3 County place 
The Paisley Brick Coy., 12 St. Mirren 

street 
The Ralston Brick-Making Co., Ltd., 
Hillington & Seedhill 

Brokers and General Sealers. 

Barr, John, 24 Old Sneddon 
Blair, Mrs. Agnes. 3 Broomlands 
Brown, John, 11 Broomlands 
Brown, Ralph, 12 New Smithbills 



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Burns, Mrs. Elizabeth, 11 Storie street 
Cunninghain, James, 2 Neilston street 
Deichou, Lawrence, 29 New Smithhills 
Deviney, Patrick, 3 Cotton street 
Gorman, Mrs P.. 13 New Smithhills 
Green, Mi-s., 67 George street 
Hannah, William, & Sons, 80 High 

street 
Holt, James, 3 Underwood lane 
Keating, Mrs. John, 6 Old Sneddon 
Mitchell, Alex., 15 Maxwellton street 

and 1 Neil street 
M'Aulay, John, 5 Queen street 
Macauley, Mrs., 1 Garthland street 
M'Ghee, A., 32 Old Sneddon 
M'Grath, Mrs., 69 Back Sneddon street 
M'Intosb, John, 28 St. James street 
M'Kay, John, jun., 3 Old Sneddon 
M'Lauchlan, James, 6 and 7 New 

Smithhills 
M'Lerie, Thomas, 1 Ferguslie walk 
M'Lellan, Hugh, 28 Castle street 
M'N aught, Margaret, 38 New street 
M'Naughton, Henry, Hawkhead road 
Paterson, David, 17 Broomlands 
Paul, James, 13 New Smithhills 
Pollock, William, 69 High street, and at 

Glasgow 
Simpson, Mrs., 32 Wellmeadow 
Sproul, Daniel, 53 Broomlands 
S weenie, John, 28 New Smithhills 
Wardrop, James, Braid's road 
"Wright, Miss Robina, Ferguslie 

Broom and Bmsli Makers. 

Ben tley, John W., 32 High street 
Boyle, John, 13 and 51 Storie street 
Harris, H., 26 Causeyside 
M'Gown, Adam, & Son, Williamsburgh 

Works 
M'Kim Bros., Hawkhead road 
Wilson & Boyd, 36 New street 

Brusli, Basket, Comb, Toy, and 

Fancy Goods "Warehouses- 
Andrew, A. G., 42 Moss street 
Bran nan, Misses, 18 Gauze street 
Burnie, Alexander, 90 George street 
Byzantium Toy Warehouse, 51 Old 

Sn eddon 
Craig , Francis, 7 Storie street 
Erskine, Miss, 30 High street 
Hamilton, Miss M., 93 Causeyside 
Henderson, Mrs., 12 Gauze street 



Lauder, Jessie, 98 Causeyside 
Logan, James, 4 Gauze street 
M el vin, Charles, 1 Broomlands 
M'Innes, Donald, 6 Storie street 
M'Millan, Mary, 31 Cotton street 
Paton, Mrs. John, 8 Moucrieff street 
Rowe, Thomas, 7 Mill street 
Thomson, Mrs. John, 94 High street 
Wilson, Walter L., 25 Old Sneddon 

Builders. 

(See Masons and Builders.) 

Butter, Ess, and Provision 
Merchants- 
Allison, Joseph, & Co., 18 Sandholes 
Burnet & Hamilton, 8 and 9 Well street 
Black, M. G., 29 Wellmeadow 
Charles, W. J., 12 Barr street 
Coats, James W., Marshall's lane 
Coats, W. & A. 68 Broomlands 
Cochran, Thomas, 2 Sir Michael st. 
Lipton Limited, 98 High street 
Ferguson, William, 42 Moss street 
Gillespie, Donald, 15 Moss street 
Higgen, George, 16 Lawn street 
Hill, Jehn, 102 George street 
Keenan, William, 15 Prussia street 
Lambie, Hugh, 5 Silk street 
Largmuir, Walter, 19 Lawn street 
Maypole Dairy Co., 8 High street 
M 'Donald, Robert, 18 George street 
M'Nair, D., & Sons, 12 St. James place, 

50 George street, and 4 St. James 

street 
Nicol, H. A., 21 Gauze street 
Noble, Henry, & Son, 7 Cotton street 
Pinkerton, James, 40 New street 
Spence, John, & Sons^62 Storie street 
Sutherland Bros., 5 Lawn street 
Watt, William, 1 Castle street 
Wright, James, 15 Gauze street 

CalDinetmakers and TTphol- 
sterers. 

Auld, George, 48 and 51 High street 
Auld & Lorimer, 21 Causeyside 
Bain, Robert J., 41 Wellmeadow 
Baird, James, 24 High street 
Cameron, Alexander, 40 High street 
Cassidy, Edward, jun., 84 High street 
Cochran, Robert & Sons, 26 and 27 New 
Smithhills 



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175 



Comrie, John, & Sons, 90 George 

street 
Cowan & Stewart, 6 Wellmeadow 
Ei-skine, Andrew, 2 Lady lane 
Gibson, W. H., 49 High street 
Jebb, Alex., & Sons, 18 High street 
Knight & Dundas, HI Causeyside 
Marshall, Allan, 33 Wellmeadow 
Murphy, Mitchell, & Co. (Bedding 

Manufacturers), 8 Causeyside 
M'Geachy, Jas., & Sou, 49 Moss street 
Paterson, John. & Co., 4 West brae 
Paterson, Joseph, 94 Causeyside, and 

42 Gordon's lane 
Pearson, James, 110 Causeyside 
Pollock, William, 69 High street 
Pratt, David, 30 Gauze street 
Eeid, Peter, & Son, 38 New street 
Spence, James, 4 Wellmeadow 
Stevens, David, 9 Ne-vr street 

Calenderers and Finishers. 

Cunningham, Alexander, 16 Causeyside 
Fulton, William, & Sons, Ltd., Gleufield 
Hamilton, Adam, & Son, Blackland Mill 

(finishers) 
Hutchison, Wm., juu., & Co., George 

place 
Law, William, 113 Causeyside 
M'Lardie, James, & Sons, Meikleriggs 
Pollock & Cochrane, Thrushcraig 
Phillips, William, 105 Causeyside 
Eobertson, David, Marshall's lane 
Eobertson, David, & Sons, 2 Water brae 

(burgh) 
Robertson, John, & Sons, Marshall's 

lane and Cartside 
Seedhill Finishing Co. Ltd.,Seedhill road 

Candle Hakers. 

Dobie, George, & Son, Greenhill Works, 

Clark street 
Ferguson, Shaw, & Sons., Blackball 
Robin & Houston, Ltd. ,61 New Sneddon 

Cardboard Manufacturers. 

Macintyre, William, jun., & Co., Black- 
hall Mill 

Carpet Beaters. 

Carpet Beating Factory, 42 Gordon's 

laae 
Gibson & Eeid, Lacy st. and 84 High 

street 



Carpet Manufacturers. 

(See Manufacturers — Textile.) 

Carters and Contractors. 

Barclay, Andrew, 9 Barlcay street 
Bauchop, David, 1 Great Hamilton st. 
Beacom, Robert, & Co., 15 Causeyside 
Beaton, Neil, 31 Springbank road 
Black, T., & Co., St. James place 
Borland, James, 9 New street. 
Caledonian Railway Company, Railway 

Station, Greenlaw— D. Orr, agent 
Campbell, Daniel, 45 Well street 
Cowan & Co., for N. B. Ey. Co.— Canal 

Goods Station — Wm. E. James, agent 
Craig, David, 6 Murray street 
Craig, Thomas, 5 Murray street 
Craig, William, Murray street 
Gumming, Mrs. John, 22 Newton st. 
Gumming, Eobert, 22 Newton street 
Gumming, William, 22 Well stveet 
Duncan, Andrew, 28 Orchard street 
Duncan, Archibald, 1 Gladstone terrace 
Fairlie, Alexander, 8 Castle street 
Finlayson, Alexander, Carriagehill 
Gibb, Matthew, Stirling street 
Gilraour, James, 3 Cameron street 
Goudie, Humphrey, 3 King street (west) 
Grierson, E., & Co., G. & P. Joint Line, 

Greenlaw — Allan Bowie, agent 
Hogg, William, Harbour lane 
Kirkwood, William, 134 George street 
Love, John, 40 Storie street 
Mitchell, Thomas, Thornley 
Montgomery, Henry, 23 Carriagehill 
M'CoU, James, 15 Abbey close 
M'Fadyen, Angus, Neilston road 
M'Gee, John, 32 King street 
M'Minigle, Henry, 6 Caual street 
M'Pherson, Duncan, King street (west) 
Orr, James, George place 
Primrore, George, Underwood lane 
Robertson, George, & Co., 3 County pi. 
Rutherford, James, 5 Bank street 
Scollau, G., 38 Moss street 
Stevenson, Matthew, Greenlaw Nursery 
Stewart, John, 42 Back Sneddon 
Taylor, John, Moss-side 
Tramway Co., 11 Incle street 
Tyre, James, 39 George street 
Warnock, James, jun., 13 Abercorn 

street 
Waters & Co,, Back Sneddon 
White, William, 134 George street 



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Wilson, J., & Co., Coliuslee 
Young, William, 2 County place 



Cart'wri^hts. 

Brewuing, Alex.jjun., 10 West Buchanan 

street 
Crawford, P. & A., Thistle Works, 

South Croft 
Dunsmore, Henry, Moss cottage, 

Greenock road 
Lee, Robert, 11 and 12 St. James streei 
Roxburgh, kobert, & Sou, 4 Garthlaud 

lane 
Smith, David, 22 Glen street 



Carvers and Gilders. 

Farber, Joseph, 16 George street 
Gilbert, J.. 4 Neilston street 
M'Whinnie, John, 82 High street 
Neilson, M. & Co., 85 High street 
Sawers, J., 40 High street 
Waddell, A. L., 43 Wellmeadow 

Cement Merchants, 

(See Lime and Cement Merchants.) 



Chemical Manufacturers. 

Caldwell, W., & Co,, Murray street 
Cartvale Chemical Co. (Ltd.), 69 New 

Sneddon street 
Oolinslee Chemical Co., Coliuslee 
Forrest, William, & Sou, Burnbank, 

Chain road 
Handasyde, 0. H., & Co., Abercorn Oil 

Works, Macfarlane street, Racecourse 

road 
Highgate, Hugh, & Co., Greenhill 

Oil and Chemical Works, Mui-ray st. 
Ingram & Co., Clark street 
Mechanical, The, Retorts Co., Murray 

street 
M'Farlane, J. & G., Brediland Chemical 

Works 
Smith's, Richard, Executors (Ltd.), 

Craigielea Chemical Works, Clark 

street, off Greenock road 

Chemists- 

(See Druggists and Chemists.) 



Chimney S'^reeps. 

Adam, Alexander, 14 Smithhills 
Blane, David, 56 Storie street 
Eaglesim, Archibald, 41 Ferguslie 
Gait, W. & H.. 30 St. James street 
Scott, James, 5 Garthland lane 
Wilson, Robert, 23 West street 

China and Crystal Merchants. 

Anderson, George, & Co., 47 Moss st. 
Caulfield & Co., 4t High street 
Crawford, Elizabeth O., 16 Gilmour st. 
Crawford, John, 5 George street 
Emerson, Mrs. Agnes', 2 Cotton street 
Hood, William, 10 Broom lands 
Kay, James, 24 George street 
Lees, A., 5 Neilston road 
Logan, J., 4 Gauze street 
Muir, John, 136 and 137 George street 
.'Vl'Atear, Johu, 34 Wellmeadow 
M'Kim, Mrs. Eliza., 28 Causeyside 
Speirs, John, 19 Cotton street 
Speirs, William, 81 Broomlands 
Sproul, Daniel, 63 Broomlands 
Stevenson, Robert, 22 Broomlands 
Storrie, J. & W., 37 High street and 1 

Storie street 
Wright, Mrs. Robina, 1 Ferguslie 

Chiropodist. 

Drum, James, 23 Lady lane 
Church Of&CerS— (See Appendix). 

Cler^irmen and Missionaries. 

Anderson, Robert Saugster, M. A., Camp- 
hill cottage 
Burns, A. Fyfe, M.A., 7 Garthland pi. 
Cables, James, M.A., Oaksbaw Free 

manse 
Caird, J. Renny, M.A., Free Middle 

manse, Calside 
Campbell, John, 44 Oabshaw 
Chisholm, H. C, R.C., 2 East Buchanan 

street 
Crawford, Mrs. Sarah (Bible woman), 

12 Gauze street 
Crozier, William, 11 Greenlaw avenue 
Dalgety, J. B., 1 Mansion house road 
Dickson, W. James, Congregational 

manse, Glasgow road 
Dunlop, Robert, Ardgowan cottage, 

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Elder, Andrew, The Grange, Meikleriggs 
Fleming, Andrew G., Gowanlea, Oastle- 

head 
Gentles, Thomas, D.D., Abbey Manse 
Glendening, R. E., 2 Lylesland terrace 
Graw, Caspar, 2 East Buchanan street 
Hall, David, 9 Buchanan terrace 
Henderson Ales. C, M.A., B.D., 3 

Andrews street 
Henderson, Andrew, LL.D., F.R.A.S,, 

Ashgrove, Castlehead 
Hodgson, Thomas, 56 Causeyside 
Hoeek, Louis G., Newtonville, Hawk- 
head road 
Horgan, William, 73 George street 
Button, Principal George 0., D.D., 

Mount Pleasant 
Johnstone, David, Glenview, Potterhill 
Lang, A. Montgomerie, B. Sc., High 

Church Manse 
Lawrence, William G., 5 Garthland st. 
Lee, Walter Edward, M.A , Arkleston 

road 
Metcalfe, William M.,D.D., South manse, 

Castlehead 
Mills, W. P., 60 Love street 
Mursell, Walter A., Marchmont, Potter- 
hill 
M'Coll, John, The Bushes 
M'Oonnachie, P., 2 East Buchanan st. 
M'Donald, John, 73 George street 
M'Pherson, William, Free Gaelic manse 
Park, George, 2 Garthland place 
Paterson, John, M.A., F. S. manse, 

Calside 
Porteous, John, B.D,, Arkleston villa, 

Arkleston road 
Risk, Robert, 10 Glenview, Barterholm 
Robertson, William, 81 Seedhill road 
Smith, Robert, 4 Whitehaugh terrace 
Sturrock, James B., M.A., 29 Oakshaw 

street 
Tait, Gavin J., M.A., Free St. George's 

manse, Blackball 
Taylor, Miss E. (Bible woman), 34 

George street 
Thomson, James, B.D., Martyrs' manse, 

Castlehead 
Tracey, Peter, 73 George street 
Walton, W. Ainslie, St. James' manse, 

Castlehead 
Wilson, Alexander, 48 Causeyside 

Wood, William, 28 Ferguslie 

M 



Young, James, B.D., North manse, 

Inchinnan road 
Young, Francis, 2 Enst Buchanan street 
Young, James, 7 Greenlaw avenue 

Clogr Makers. 

(See Boot and Shoemakers). 

Clothiers. 

(See Tailors aud Clothiers.) 

Coach and Van Builders. 

Browning, Alexander, jun., 10 West 

Buchanan street 
Crawford, P. & A., 5 South Croft 
Glasgow,Chas., &Co.,22New Smithhills 
Green, J. & C, 3 Bridge street (north) 
Lawrie, Robert, 77 New Sneddon 
Lee, Robert, 11 and 12 St. James street 
M'Geoch, David, & Sou, 3 and 4 Mill st. 
M'Geoch, James, 3 and 4 Mill street 
M'Nair, John, & Co., 46 High street 
Roxburgh, Robert, & Sons, 4 Garthland 

lane 

Coach Hirers. 

Aitken, James, 16 Thread street 
Borland, James, 9 New street 
Glasgow Tramway aud Omnibus Co. 

Ltd., 2 County place 
Goudie, George, 47 Mill street 
Goudie, Humphrey, 3 King street 
Mathiesou, Peter, house, 3 Back Sneddon 

— stables 22 Back Sneddon 
Paisley Tramway Coy. (Ltd.), 11 Incle 

street 
Paterson, Robert ('bus proprietor), 7 

Clark street 
Stevenson, Charles, 5 New street 
Young, William, 2 County place — 

stables 43 Gordon's lane — branch 

Canal station 

Coal Merchants. 

Barr, George, 8 Orr street 
Berry, Mrs. Thomas, 45 Calside 
Black, Joseph, Canal station 
Blackston Mineral Co., Blackston 
Caldwell, David, Underwood depot and 

23 Canal street 
Caldwell, John, 23 Canal street 
Carkeet, Z., 38 Storie street 



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Coats Brothers, Canal station 
Co-Operative Coal Society, Under- 
wood and Potterhill depots 
Craig, A , 42 Broomlands 
Craig & Gardiner. Underwood depot 
Dougall, Samuel, Underwood depot 
Ferguson, D., & Sons, Potterhill depot 
Fulton, 0., & Co., 23 Old Sneddon 
Innes, William, 26 Springbank road 
Logan, David, & Son (Ltd)., 13 Canal 
street. Underwood, Saucel, Potterhill, 
and Ferguslie depots 
Longmuir, Bryce, Western depot. King 

street 
Lyon, John, Underwood depot and 38 

Gordon's lane 
Mitchell, James, 32 Newton street 
Mooney, Mrs., 27 Queen street 
More, Robert, Underwood depot 
M'Ewan, Archibald, 20 North Croft 
M'Farlane, David, 27 Stock street 
M'Gallan, James S., 10 Hillview 
M'Gee, John, 32 King street (west) 
M'Gill, E., Greenlaw station 
M'Lellan, Hugh, 23 Lady lane 
M'Minigle, Henry, 6 Canal street 
Robertson J.,& Sons, Underwood depot 
Speirs & Gibb, Underwood, Canal street, 
Ferguslie, Saucel,and Pott erhill depots 
Stevenson, Thomas, 41 Clark street 

and Underwood depot 
Thomson, R., Potterhill 
Underwood Co - Operative Society, 

Underwood and Potterhill depots 
Warnock, James, jun., 13 Abercorn st. 
Watson, Neil, 26 Springbank road 
Whitehead, J. & D.— ofSces 16 Moss st. 
Wood, James, & Co., Underwood, Canal 
street, Ferguslie, Saucel, and Potter- 
hill depots 
Young & Kelly, Underwood depot 

Coffee Bouses and Temperance 
Hotels. 

British Workman Public House, 20 
Wellmeadow 

British Workman Public House, 8 
St. James place 

Dickie, Archd., 6 Seedhill 

George Temperance Hotel, 2 Old Smith- 
hills 

Hutton, W., 5 Moss street 

Royal Oak Restaurant, (R. Yielder & 
Co.) 4o Moss street 



Simpson, John, 2 Forbes place 

St. Mirren Temperance Hotel (Wm. 

Curr), 6 Moss street 
Yielder, R., & Co., coffee palace, 105 

and 9 High street, and 45 Moss 

street 

Confectioners and Fruiterers. 

Adam, Alex., 32 George street 
Adams, Mrs., 23 Neilston road 
Adie, Alexr., 22 Gauze street 
Alexander, Mrs. John, 5 Love street 
Allan, William, 4 Espedair 
Allison, Mrs., 22 Causeyside 
Arcarie, Gabriel, 74 Broomlands 
Arneil, David, 77 High street 
Barr, Misd S., 8 St. James place 
Barr, Mrs,, 18 Carriagehill 
Beacom, Arthur, 17 George street 
Borland, Ellen, 39 High street 
Borland, Janet, 5 St. James street 
Boyd, Daniel, 39 Causeyside 
Boyd, James, 27 Gauze street 
Brankin, Mrs. Patrick, 29 Newton street 
Brannao, Michael, 2 Silk street 
Brock, James, 32 Storie street 
Brown, George, 8 Ferguslie. 
Brown, Mrs. Agnes, 27 New Sneddon 
Brown, Mrs. Robert, 49 Storie street 
Brown, N., 8 Rosebery place 
Bryson, Andrew, 25 Orchard street 
Buchanan, J., 5 Castle street 
Cairns, Mrs., 23 Cotton street 
Cairns, R., & Co., 100 High street 

(wholesale) 
Cameron, Robert, 67 Canal street 
Cameron, William, 2 Gauze street 
Campbell, Adam, 69 George street 
Campbell, John, 19 George street 
Campbell, Mrs., 5 Williamsburgh 
Catignani, Ralph, 57 Broomlands 
Cashmore, John, 100 High street 
Chapman, Mrs., 39 Well street 
Clelland, Mrs., 3 Neilston street 
Cochran, James, 17 Sandholes 
Coia, M., 4 Broomlands 
Colquhoun, Henry, 18 Lawn street 
Cooperwhite, Robert, 24 Greenhill road 
Craig, John, 52 Storie street 
Craig, Robert, 11 Storie street 
Cunningham, Francis, 7 Old Sneddon 
Cunningham, M. C, 16 A.bercorn street 
Currie, Mrs. M. , 1 West brae 
Day, Mrs., 4 Springbank road 



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Donati, B., & Co., 62 George street 
Eadie, Mrs., 21 Underwood road 
Emmerson, J.. 25 High street 
Ewing, Mrs. John, 60 Causeyside 
Farmer, Robert, 6 Clark street 
Farnin, Patrick, 3 Broomlands 
Ferguson, Mrs. Martha, 15 Kilnside rd. 
Ferguson, Wm., 56 George street 
Fernie, Mrs., 108 George street 
Feron, Mrs. C, 13 Broomlands 
Ferrie, Miss S., 4 Broomlands 
Filshill, James W., 6 Macdowall street 

(wholesale) 
Pindlay, Mary, 3 Russell street 
Fisher, Miss, 53 George street 
Floyd, Mrs. David, 13 Caledonia street 
Fontana, Ginseppe, 30 New Smithhills 
Eraser, James, G6 Canal street 
Fraser, William, 10 Silk street and 11 

Abercorn street 
Fulton, John, 52 Broomlands 
Garven, Miss, 1 East Croft 
Gibson, Andrew & Son, 98 High street 
Gibson, Mrs., 24 Great Hamilton st. 
Gilmour, Jaue, 64 Broomlands 
Gilroy, Janet, 9 Lylesland 
Glen, Mrs. R., 81 Causeyside 
Graham, Thomas, 6 Storie street 
Gray, Agnes, 1 Douglas terrace 
Green, Mrs., 46 George street 
Greenlees, Jane, 10 Old Sneddon 
Gregg, J., 28 Causeyside 
Hamilton, J. M., 32 Canal street 
Hamilton, Mrs., 71 Canal street 
Harper, Mrs., 99^ George street 
Henderson, John, 1 Old jSmithhills and 

78 Causeyside 
Henderson, J., 29 Caledonia street 
Henderson, Mrs., 5 Mill street 
Henderson, Mrs., 12 Gauze street 
HoUis, Miss Maggie, 92 Old Sneddon 
Holmes, R., 72 Canal street 
Holt, H., 30 High street 
Hood, Miss Maggie, 19 Sandholes 
Hood, Mrs., 17 Sandholes 
Hopkins, Mrs. E., 21 Moss street 
Hussey, Mary B., 65 Broomlands 
Hutton, William, 5 Moss street 
Irvine, John, 87 New Sneddon street 
Ireland, William, 14 Gauze street 
Jackson, Andrew, 45 George street 
Jamieson, A., 21 Maxwellton street 
Jamieson, John, 26 Well street 
Jamieson, William, 23 Well street 
Johnston, John, 27 Love street 



Johnston, J., 4 Bridge street 

Kelly, Mrs. Margt., 9 Moncrieff street 

Kelso, Archd., 118 George street 

Kelso, James, 66 Causeyside 

Kennedy, Jeanie, 18 Spriugbank road 

Kennedy, Wm., 14 Underwood road 

Kerr, A., 19 Wellmeadow 

Kerr, Helen I., 28 New Smithhills 

Kerr, Mrs. , 25 Argyle street 

Killoch, Mrs., 150 George street 

Lennox, James, 36 High street 

Lennox, Mrs., 55 Caledonia street 

Lennox, William, 15 Incle street 

Lochhead,Mrs. Alex., 11 Old Smithhills 

Love, Mrs., 46 Calside 

Mackie, Miss, 2 Smithhills 

Mathers, Mary, 22 Broomlands 

Miles, Jas., 58 High st., 34 Moss street, 

and 1 Old Smithhills 
Millar, James, Old Tollhouse, Stonefield 
Mitchell, Miss, 53 Broomlands 
Mitchell, Mrs., 29 Fergnslie 
Mooney, James, 27 Queen street 
Monro, J. S., 38 New Street 
Montague, Hugh, 12 Broomlands 
Morrison, John, 92 Causeyside 
Moss, James, 29 Storie street 
Mulhall, John, 8 Lawn street 
Murdoch, Mrs. James, 21 Lawn street 
Myles, H., 3 County place 
M'Alonan, Ronald, 21 Wallace street 
M'Aulay, D., 11 Saucel 
M 'Galium, John, 5 Seedhill road 
M'Dermid, Mrs., 32 Storie street 
M'Donald, James, 5 Well street 
M'Donald, Miss, 24 New Smithhills 
M'Dougall, Donald, 3 Lylesland 
M'Dougal, Duncan, 67 Broomlands 
M'Farlane, Mary, 24 Wellmeadow 
M 'George, John, 105 George street 
M'Grogan, Patrick, 23 Gauze street 
M'Inhes, Mary, 57 Causeyside 
Maclntyre, James, 47 George street 
M'Glinn, John, 44 Storie street 
M'Kechnie, James, 20 Great Hamilton St. 
M'Lachlan, Mrs., 14 Carriagehill 
M'Lachlan, Thomas, 20 Wallace street 
M'Laren, Janet, 29 New street 
M'Lay, Margaret, 18 Lady lane 
M'Lelland, Archibald, 21 Glen street 
M' VI enemy, Mrs., 6 Glen street 
M'Millan, John, 35 Wellmeadow 
M'iVlillan, John, 41 New street 
M'Naughton, Angus, 28 Seedhill road 
M'Phail, Hugh, 37 Storie street 



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Nairn, Mary, 47 Higb street 

Nardini, P., 15 Moss street, 2 New 

street, and 46 Caledonia street 
Noble, Mary, 76 High street 
O'Donnell, Mrs James, 12 Dyers' wynd 
Patterson, Geox'ge, 67 George street 
Paterson, Jane, 24 Maxwellton street 
Paterson, Miss J., 10 Moss street 
Paton, Samuel, 31 George street 
Patrick, W. N., 69 Broomlauds 
Peebles, Mrs. M., 39 Maxwellton 
Proven, Andrew, 9 Maxwellton street 
Ribbons & Co., 91 High street 
Robertson, Daniel, 52 Caledonia street 
Robertson, John, 13 Wellmeadow 
Robertson, James, Thrushgrove works 

(wholesale) 
Robertson, Mrs., 32 Carriagehill 
Robin, John, 9 Johnston street 
Rodgers, Mrs. Janet, 7 Broomlands 
Rowan, William, 27 Storie street 
Rowe. Thomas, 7 Mill street 
Russell, Francis, 10 Cotton street 
Russell, Mrs. J., 68 Love street 
Scott, Hngh, 6 Love street 
Scott, John, 81 New Sneddon 
Semple, James, 1 Lawn street 
Smith, Marion, 29 George street 
Stewart, Alex., 1 Springbank i-oad 
Stewart, Archibald, 9 Lawn street 
Stewart, Mrs. Jessie, 5 Lawn street 
Sweenie, Miss E., 13 Stock street 
Taylor, T., 97 Causeyside 
Thomson. Mrs. A., 90 High street 
Thomson, Robert, 33 Storie street 
Tobia, Pietro, 2 Old Smithhills 
Urquhart, John, 88 Causeyside 
Urquhart, Mrs,, 30 Canal street 
Urquhart, Wm., 35|^ Broomlands and 

81| High street 
Votesi, Carlo, 16 Causeyside 
Vottesi, Donate, 2 Old Smithhills 
Walker, Stewart, 9 Back Sneddon 
Walker, Themas, 2 Bridge street 
Walker, Ursula, 69 Love street 
Wallace, James, 151 George street 
Wallace, Mrs., 58 Causeyside 
Waters, J., 6 Orchard street 
Waters, Wm., 11 Springbank road 
Wats^m, Mrs., 57 Broomlands 
Weir. Mrs., 4 George street 
White, Robert, 24 Broomlands 
Whiteford, Mrs. James, 53 Causeyside 
Wills, George, 57 George street 
Wilson, J., 59 Storie street 



Wilson, Mrs., 6 lucle street 
Wilson, Mrs., 20 Lawu street 
Wilson, T.. 9 George street 
Wisbart, John, 43 Broomlands 
Wylie, David, 29 Orchard street 
Young, Ales., 6 Bank street 

Coopers. 

Hunter, Clark, Park buildings, Under- 
wood lane 
M'Naughton, Henry, Hawkhead rd. 
Wardrop. James, Braid's road 

Corlscutters. 

Lewis, John, 63 Storie street 
M'Millan, William. 32 High street 
Ralston, John, 30 Orchard street 

Corn Flour Manufacturers. 

(See under Starch Manufacturers). 

Co'TTfeed.ers and Dairymen. 

Alexander, Miss, 15 Williamsburgh 
Andrew. Mrs. J., 3 Neilston street 
Baillie, Daniel, Lyleslaud dairy 
Barbour, Robert, 13 Carriagehill 
Barr, James H., 18 Sandholes 
Barr, Mrs, 2 George street 
Barr, Robert, 39 Lady lane 
Bowie, Mrs. Walter, 60 Canal street 
Bowie, Walter, 26 Love street 
Boyd, J., 8 Neilston street 
Brewster, Thomas, 19 Cotton street 
Cochran, Alexander, Burnfoot, Thornlie 
Craig, John, 18 Great Hamilton street 
Crossey, Hugh, 42 Back Sneddon 
Curoming, Mrs. William, 22 Well street 
Duncan, Andrew, 28 Orchard street 
Easdale, John, 17 Queen street 
Feely, T., 61 George street 
Ferguson, Peter. 80 Canal street 
Fulton, W., 29 Canal street 
Gemmell, Matthew, 13 Cotton street 
Gibb, Matthew, Stirling street 
Graham. Angus, 19 New Smithhills 
Hamilton, Alex.. Alton, Glasgow road 
Hamilton, Alex., 1 Barr street, 71 

Canal street, and 1 Lylesland 
Hamilton, James, 58 Causeyside 
Holms, William. 15 Back Sneddon 
Jarvie, James, 21 Underwood road 
King, James, 19 Sandholes & 14 High st' 
Kyle, Robert, Laighpark 
Laird, Joseph, 12 Gauze street 



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Laird, Annie, 3 Garthlaud street 
Laird, Marion, 37 Ferguslie 
Lang, Archd., 13 Kilnside road 
Lang, Mrs., 1 Johnston street 
Livingstone, Daniel, 20 Gauze street 
Love, John, 40 Storie street 
Lyle, John, 25 Lawn street 
Malcolm, John, 7 Canal street 
Marshall, David, 149 George street 
Miller, William, 37 Caledonia street 
Morrison, William J., 7 Greenhill road 
Muir, John, 2 Moncrieff street 
Muir, William, 2 Crossflat terrace 
Myles, Robert, 38 Thread street 
M'Dermid, Charles, 8 North Croft 
M'Dermott, B., 33 Causeyside 
Macdougall, Mrs., 13 Incle street 
M'Indoe, Mrs., 7 Galloway street 
M'Intosh, Mrs., 97 George street 
M'Kie, William, 13 Ferguslie 
M'Leod, Jas., 4 Silk street 
M'Millan, Dougal, 6 Caledonia street 
M'Pherson, Duncan, Gibbie's Bush, 

King street 
Provan, William, 18 Springbank road 
Provident Co-operative Society, Ltd., 

138 George street, 54 Broomlands, 

7 Lawn street, and 7 Springbank road 
Reid, Mrs John, 7 Neil street 
Ronald, John, 3 Howie street 
Ronald, Marion, West Gockston cottage, 

Goudie street 
Russell, Mrs., 78 George street 
Simpson, William, 12 Storie street 
Smith, Andrew, 19 Lady lane 
Stevenson, James, 26 New street 
Stevenson, James, 3 Maswellton street 
Stevenson, Mrs. Margt., 73 Canal st, 
Stevenson, Miss Maggie. Mossvale farm 
Stewart, John, 22 Newton street 
Strachan, James, 7 Carriagehill 
Tyre, James, 39 George street 
Walker, Alexander, 32 Castle street 
Walker, Alexander, 18 Gauze street 
Walker, John, 21 and 23 Abbey street 
Watson, William, ID Gateside 
Wells, John, 1 Neilston road 
Wills, James, Whitehaugh farm 
Wright, Mrs.,23 Calside 
Young, William, 11 Broomlands 

Crucible Manufacturers. 

Brown, Robert, & Son, Crown Plumbago 
Crucible Works — office, Millarston 



Cutlers and C-unxnakers- 

Denovan, "William, 32 High street 
Muir, John, 137 George street 
Tannahill, Andrew, 1 Smithhills 



Cycle Makers ancL Agents. 

Duff, William, & Co., 8 Orr square and 

25 George street 
Forsyth, W., & Co., 20 Moss street 
Galletley, David, 108 Causeyside 
Howard & Reid, 46 Old Sneddon 
Jaap, John, 15 Wellmeadow 
Leitch & Harrison, 41 Lady lane 
Stevenson, Alex., 15 Prussia street 
Taylor, James, 29 New street and 100 

Causeyside 

Designers. 

(See Pattern Drawers). 

Distillers. 

Foulds, Wm. & Co., Glenfyne Distillery , 
Ardrishaig — office School wynd 

Saucel Distillery Company, King street 
(Saucel) 

Stewart, James, & Co., King street 
(Saucel) 

Drainage Pipe and. Tile Manu- 
facturers. 

Brown, Robert, & Son, Millarston 
Speirs, Gibb, & Co , Greenock road 

Drapers and Silk Mercers. 

Aitkeu, David, 44 New street 
Aitken, Mrs. William, 18 Mossvale street 
Allan, Mrs. John, 24 St. James street 
Asquith, K., 13 War drop street 
Bisland, William, 15 High street 
Bowie, T. & J., 109 High street 
Bryce, Misses, 2 Old Smithhills 
Budge, A., 90 High street 
Burgess, Miss L. B., 41 High street 
Caldwell, Maggie M., 3 Gauze street 
Cashmore, James, 13 George street 
Cochran, Robert, & Sons, 26 and 27 

New Smithhills 
Collins, Mrs. Mary, 19 Broomlands 
Cramer, Mrs., 26 Broomlauds 
Cumming, A., 4 Old Smithhills 



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Davidson, D., 20 Saudholes 
Davidson, Mrs., 45 Broomlands 
Drennan, James, 17 Moss street 
Fernie, Archd., 60 George street 
Gemmill, Peter, 80 Broomlands 
Gibb, John, & Son, 26 High street 
Gilchrist, Mrs. Robert, 5 Moss street 
Glassford, J. E., 98 Causeyside 
Glen, James, 9 Broomlands 
Guthrie, E., 67 Broomlands 
Hamilton, Alexander, 16 Wellmeadow 
Henderson, John, 40 George street 
Hill, Sarah, 100 George street 
King, Alexander, & Son, 4 Gilmour 

street 
Kirkwood & M'CoU, 31 Causeyside 
Knight & Dundas, 110 Causeyside 
Lauder, Mrs. T., 30 Well street 
Lawrie, E. & M. A., 12 St. James place 
Lawson, Agnes, 3 Lawn street 
Lawson, James, 5 Williamsburgh 
Lawson, Thomas, 20 Moss street 
Lees, Robert M,, 38 Moss street 
Leslie, William, 10 Barclay street 
Love, Mrs., 46 Oalside 
Lymburu, Jas., & Son, 16 High street 
Maguire, Chas., 16 Storie street 
Maxwell, Mrs., 26 Caledonia street 
Mitchell, Mrs., 29 Ferguslie 
Morton, Andrew, 24 Causeyside 
Morton, Elizabeth, 16 Broomlands 
Morton, J. H. & Co., 9 George street 
M'Donald, D., 21 Lawn street 
M'Gibbon, John, & Son, 47 High street 
M'Kay, A.. 3 Moss street 
M'Naught, Alex., 86 Causeyside 
M'Rory, John, 15 Neilston road 
Naismith & Scott, 86 High street 
Paisley Co-operative Manufacturing 
Society, Ltd., 114 Causeyside, 15 
Broomlands, 10 Neilston road, and 
11 Kilnside road 
Parlaue & Kerr, 10 High street 
Patterson, Samuel, 3 Silk street 
Prentice, W. F. & Co, 99 High street. 
Renfrew, Miss, 79 High street 
Robertson, Jane, 2 Queen street 
Ross, P. F., 15 Wellmeadow 
Rowand, John, 34 High street 
Scott & Brown, Misses, 14 Gauze st. 
Smith, G. D., 2 Johnston street 
Taylor, Robert, 17 Broomlands 
Thomson, R., 24 Neilston road 
Walker, Miss M., 35 Caledonia street 
Wallace & Co., 15 High street 



Watton, Wm. (Remnants), 11 Spring- 
bank road 
Welsh, J. & G., 101 High street 
Winning, Mrs. Mary, 49 Broomlands 
Young, John, & Son, 7 Orr square 



Dressmakers. 

Aitken, D., 44 New street 
Allan, Miss, 77 Causeyside 
Barbour, Miss Maggie, 9 St, James street 
Barr, Mrs. James, 5 Old Sneddon 
Barr, Miss Mary, 6 Lonend 
Bartholomew, Agnes, 11 Lady lane 
Bell, Mrs., 5 Stow street 
Black, A. C, 82 High street 
Black, Miss Mary, 12 Abbey street 
Blackley, Miss, 23 Broomlands 
Bowie, T. & J., 109 High street 
Bowie, Miss Maggie, 24 Underwood rd. 
Bowie, Misses, 31 Causeyside 
Brown, Mrs., 30 Canal street 
Buchanan, M., 59 George street 
Burgess, Miss L. B., 41 High street 
Carswell, Miss, 1 (^/amphill 
Cassels, Miss, 6 Bank street 
Cassidy, Misses, 26 High street 
Clark, Mrs., 2 Woudside place, King st. 
Cochran. Robert, & 8<jus, 26 and 27 

New Smithhills 
Craig, Miss, 7 Greenlaw avenue 
Craig, Mrs., 44 George street 
Crawford, Jane, 9 Argyle street 
Duffy, Mrs., 16 Whitehead street 
Duncan, Marion, 3 Camphill place 
Esdaile, W. S., & Co. (mantle makers), 

93 High street 
Finlay, E. F., 27 Gauze street 
Finn, Miss Julia, 97 High street 
Fitzpatrick, Mrs., 15 Broomlands 
Fleck, Miss, 46 Broomlands 
Fleming, Miss, 24 Orchard street 
Eraser, M. & H., 6 Wellmeadow 
Freebairn, M. & J., 16 Wellmeadow 
French, Mrs., 32 Cotton street 
Fyfe, Miss, 2 St. James street 
Gatherer, Miss Annie, 13 High street 
Goodwin, Bella, 3 Whitehead street 
Go van. Misses, 16 Gilmour street 
Halden, Miss, 109 Causeyside 
Home, Mrs., 9 Orr square 
Houston, Miss, 10 St. Mirren street 
Houston Miss, 67 Canal street 
Howie, Misses, 61 Storie street 



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Hownam, Misses, 3 William street 
Hughes, Mrs. T., 41 Mill street 
Jardine, Miss, 7 Gauze street 
Jarvie, Misses, 77 High street 
Johuston, Miss, 4 Gauze street 
Kelso, Misses, 49 High street 
Kilpatrick, Janet, 7 West Croft 
Kilpatrick, Mrs., 1 Crossflat crescent 
Kirkwood & M'Coll, 31 Causeyside 
Knos, Miss Jeauie, 8 West Croft 
Lambie, Marion, 8 George street 
Laird, Miss, 5 Greeulaw avenue 
Legg, Miss, Alice place 
Lochhead, Miss, 36 Canal street 
Lymburn, James, & Son, 16 High st. 
Madden, M., 20 John street 
Mairs, Miss, 18 Moss street 
Masson, Miss, 12 High street 
Mathieson, Mrs., 2 Springbauk road 
M'Allister, Miss, 8 Sandholes 
M'Callum, Jauet, 50 Storie street 
M'Cowan, Mrs., 5 County place 
Macdougall, Miss, 5 Townhead terrace 
M'Douald, Misses, 12 Hillview place 
M'Guire, Mrs. 34 Wellineadow 
M'Kinlay, M., 29 High street 
M'Lauchlan, M. & J., 63 George street 
M'Lean, Mrs , 38 Underwood 
M'Lean, Mrs. Finlay, 26 Causeyside 
M'Murchie, Miss B., 1 Storie street 
M'Neil, Mrs. J., 52 Canal street 
M'Pherson, Miss Agnes, 50 Love st. 
Neil, Mrs., Rosebery place 
Newby, Mrs., 37 Wellmeadow street 
Parlane & Kerr, 10 High street 
Pinkerton, Miss J., 40 High street 
Pitt, Miss Elizabeth, 54 George st. 
Pollock, Elizabeth, 35 George street 
Porter, Agnes, 29 Wellmeadow 
Ramsay, Bella C, 50 Love street 
Raeside, Miss, 118 George street 
Richmond, Miss, 39 New street 
Ritchie, E., 95 High street 
Robb, Miss E., 17 Argyle street 
Rouald, Mrs,, 11 Argyle street 
Ross, Miss Jessie, 4 Craigielea buildings 
Scott, Miss M., 55 15rooralands 
Scott, Miss M., 162 George street 
Short, Mrs., 11 Argyle sti-eet 
Smart, Mrs., 16 West Campbfll street 
Smith, Mrs. (boys' suits), 10 M'Kerrell 

street 
Stewart, Maggie, 13 Argyle street 
Taylor, Miss Eliza, 43 George street 
Telfer, Mrs., 93 George street 



Thomson, Miss J., 4 Wellmeadow 
Thomson, Lizzie, 126 George street 
Thomson, Mary, 57 Canal street 
Turnbull, Christina, 16 Moss street 
Waddell, Miss E., 2 Johnston street 
Weddell, Misses, 23 Broomlands 
Walker, Mrs. A., 69 Love street 
Walker, Jessie, 25 Gauze street 
Wallace & Co., 15 High street 
Watson, Miss, 3 Park terrace 
White, Mrs., 1 Phillips street 
Wilson, Miss, 2 Johnston street 
Wilson, Jessie L., 1 Gordon place 



Dru^^ists and Chemists. 

Brownridge, Robt., 17 Neilston road 
Buchanan, Mrs., (drug store), 7 Broom- 
lauds street 
Cockburn & Co., Ltd., 12 St. Mirren st. 
Croll, David W. 9 Broomlands 
CuUeu, Thomas, 12 St. James place 
Duncan, James, 23 Causeyside and 

1 Crossflat terrace 
Eraser, Alex., 100 High street 
Galbreath Brothers, 92 Causeyside 
Hannah, Henry, 44 Moss street 
Home, Thos., 18 Gilraour street 
Holms, John, 21 Wellmeadow and 24 

Gauze street 
Hunter, John B., 3 Smithhilis 
Hunter, T. K, 21 Old Sneddon 
Medical (The) Hall, 9 St. James place 
Murray, J., 19 George street 
M'Cowan, R. T., 8 High street, 23 Gauze 

street, and 9 Broomlands 
Russell, Dr. Wm., 15 Broomlands 
Sim, William, 43 High street 
Stevenson, Dr., 55 Causeyside and 29 

Wellmeadow 
Stewart, Hawthorn, 81 High street 
Wilson, Thomas, & Son, 36 Ferguslie 



Drysalters. 

(See also Chemical Manufacturers.) 

Balfour, Chas., & Co., 23 Old Sneddon 
Caldwell, W,, & Co., Murray street 
Dalziel, R. F., 4 Causeyside 
Dowall, John, 8 Buchanan terrace 
Macfee, H. M., & Co., 9 New stree 
Rodger, John, 10 Glenview^ 



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Dyers. 

Bell, A.,& Sons, Ltd., Stanley dyeworks 

— shop 6 Gilmour street 
Caldwell, Peter, & Co., Macdowall st. 
Cunningham, Wm., & Co., 15 Abbey st. 
Fulton, William, & Sons, Ltd., Glenfield 
Gibson & Reid, The Paisley Dyeworks, 

Lacey street and 84 High street 
Hamilton, Adam, & Sons, Blackland Mill 
Hamilton, William, 2 North Bridge st. 
M'Callum, J. & J., Laigbpark dyeworks 
Macfarlane, D., & Sons, Underwood rd. 

dyeworks 
M'Lardie, James, & Sons, Meikleriggs 
Pollock & Cochrane, Thrushcraig 
Eeid, Alexander, & Brother, Ladyburu 

dyewoi-ks 
Secular, Miss, (feathers) 76 High street 
Stewart & Wallace, 8 St. James street 
Walker, Drybrough, & Co., Arkleston 



Eatin^-hoxLse Keepers. 

British Workman Public House, 8 St 

James place 
Calderwood, John, 83 Canseyside 
Clarke, Joseph 4 and 6 St. Mary's ter. 
Cochran, Mrs., Star Restaurant, 8 Old 

Sneddon street 
Coia, 4 Broomlands 
Cormie, Christina, 14 Old Smithhills 
Crawford. William, 11 Caledonia street 
Forsyth, John, 12 Newtsn street 
Gardner, J., 20 Wellmeadow street 
Hamilton, Eliza, 32 Broomlands 
Hunter, James, 8 St. James place 
Jack, Mrs., 9 Rosebery place 
Jamison, Matthew, George Temperance 

Hotel, 2 Old Smithhills 
Johnston, Andrew, Abercorn bridge 
Johnstone, James Eeid, 63 Broomlands 
Legget. George, 12 Ferguslie 
M'Gill, Mrs. Alexander, 8 Old Smithhills 
M'lntosh, Mrs.. 97 George street 
O'Uara. Hugh, 92 New Sneddon 
Philip, Andrew, 103 George street 
Renfrew, Alex., 23 New street 
ScouUer, Adam, 13 Old Smithhills 
Smith, John, 21 Thread street 
Wood, Alexander, 6 High street 
Yielder. R., & Co., 9 & 105 High street 

and 45 Moss street 



Electrical Engineers. 

Campbell, Alex. C, & Co., 20 Blackball 

street 
Fulton, T. Crichtou, 12 Abbey street 
Hunter & Goudie, 5 Causnyside 
Kerr, W., 21 Seedhill road 
Kilpatrick, James, & Son, 109 High st. 
Paterson, Cooper, & Co., Thistle Works, 

Abbotsinch 
Robertson & Co., 55 Back Sneddon 



Embroiderers. 

Hamilton, J., & Co., 2 Union street 

En^neers and Machine-Malsers 

Bow, M'Lachlan, & Co., Thistle Works, 

Abbotsinch 
Bryce, John S., 10 Hunter street 
Campbell & Calderwood, Soho Engine 

Works, Murray street 
Christie, William, & Sons, Underwood 

Iron works 
Craig, A. F., & Co., Limited, Caledonia 

Engine AVorks, Macdowall street 
Doulton & Co., Ltd., Hawkhead read 

(sanitary engineers) 
Eadie Brothers, & Co., Victoria Works, 

Seedhill ruad 
Fisher & Co., St. Mirren Works, Mac- 
dowall street 
Fleming & Ferguson, Ltd., Phoenix 

Works, luchinnan road 
Forsyth, W., & Co , 20 Moss street 
Fullerton, Hodgart^ & Barclay (Ltd.), 

Vulcan Foundry and Engine Works, 

Renfrew road 
Galletly, Duncan, 108 Causeyside 
Gregorsou, Wm., & Co. (spindle and 

flyer), 51 High street 
Hanna, Donald, & Wilson, Abbey works, 

23 New Sneddon, and Atlas works, 

17 Back Sneddon ' 
Hollis, John, 3 Wallace street 
Jaap, John, (machine merchant), 15 

Wellmeadow 
Lament & Co., Hawkhead Works 
Milne, George (wringers and mangles)^ 

2 Gauze street 
M'Gee, Walter, & Sou, Albion Works, 

Stoney brae 



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M'Glashan, Duncan, Underwood lane 
Pollock, S., & Sons, Pacific Engine 

Works, Williamsburgh 
Eeid, Thomas, & Sons, Thread street 
Singer Manufacturing Co., 10 St. Mir- 

ren street 
Sproul, Andrew, & Sons, Barterholm 
Wallace, Counell, & Co, (sanitary^, 8 

Gilmour street 
White, Thomas, & Sons, Laighpark 



Engravers. 

Brown, Robert, 10 Espedair street 
Eadie, John, 4 Moss street 
Faulkner, B. G., 10 St, James street 
Ferguson, Andrew, 39 Well street 
Getty, Moore, 22 Neilston road' 
Graham, T. & R., 4 Bridge street 
Hay, R., & Son, 10 High street 



Farmers, 

Adam, John, East Walkinshaw 

Allison, William, South Arkleston 

Andrew, James, Bushes 

Andrew, John, Bushes farm 

Ai"neil, Robert, Corsebar 

Bowie, Jas., Foxbar 

Bowie, John, West Dykebar 

Bowie, Walter, Dykebarhill 

Boyd, Robert, Little Crossford, by How- 
wood 

Bryce,David, Abbotsinch,Inchinnan rd, 

Buchanan, James, Hunterhill, Paisley 

Carswell, James, Durrochstock 

Cowan, J., Rosshall 

Chapman, Mrs. Robt., North Arkleston, 
Glasgow road 

Cochrane, John, North Brediland 

Crawford, Wm., Craigenfeoch, Elderslie 

Fleck, John, Lounsdale 

Fleming, Thomas, South Gallowhill 

Fleming, William, Ful wood, by Linwoud 

Eraser, Wm., Boghead Farm 

Gardner, James, South Hiilington, off 
Glasgow road, by Crook ston 

Gilmour, Mrs. James, Fulbar 

Gray, Thomas, Oldbar 

Hendry, James, Thornly 

Houston, Ai'chibald, West Walkinshaw, 
Greenock road, by Linwood 



Kerr, Jas., The Green, by Liu wood 
Kerr, Robert, East Fiiltou, by Jt)hnstone 
Kerr, William, Linclive, by Linwood 
Keter, William, Bogside, Renfrew 
Kyle, Andrew, Muirhead, Elder.slie 
Kyle, Robert, Laighpark, Paisley 
Kyle, Matthew, Selvieland, by Paisley 
Lang, Arthur, Garneyland, by Incb- 

innan, Renfrew^ 
Lawrie, William, Loanhead, Inchinnan 

road 
Lyle, Mrs. John, Middletou, by Linwood 
Mathie, Angus. Merksworth 
Moffat, John, Turneyland, Greenock rd 
M'Coll, J., Mid Walkinshaw by Renfrew 
M'Donald, John, Porterfield, Renfrew 

road, Renfrew 
M*Iutyre, Mrs. Neil, South Candren, by 

Linwood 
M'Murrich, Robert, Goekston 
M'Nair, Hugh, Meikleriggs 
Park, Alex., Turuingshaw, by Johnstone 
Park, Walter S., Hatton, Bishopton 
Pollock, Robert, Amochrie 
Rainey, Jas., NewlandsCraigie, Elderslie 
Renfrew, James, Blackstoun Mains 
Retson, Andrew, Moorhouse, Meikle- 
riggs 
Riddell, David, Blackball 
Ritchie, John, Brooraward, Elderslie 
Kowand, John, Candi'eu, by Linwood 
Russell, John, Potterhill 
Rutherford, Thos., Muirhead, Linwood 
Scott, Alexander, North Mains, by 

Johnstone 
Sibbald, John, The Knowes, by Lin- 
wood 
Smith, James, New Mains, Inchinnan, 

by Renfrew 
Stevenson, Peter, Bardrain,by Elderslie 
Stewart, John, Thorulypark, Paisley 
Stirrat, Robt., Home Farm, Blackstoun 
Strang, Christopher, Whiteford farm 
Thorn, John, Hallhill, Howwood 
Walker, Robert, Brounsfield, Inchinnan 

Watson, Thomas, Fulwood, by Johu- 
stone 

Watt, B., Sergeantlaw 

Watt, T., West Thornleymuir 

Weir, James, Barskiven 

White, John, Nether Craigends, by 
Johnstone 

White, William, Hairshaw, Bishopton 



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Young, David, Old Hall and Altou farm, 

Glasgow road 
Young, R. C, Netherfield and Fulwood, 

by Johnstone 



Fire-Clay Manufacturers. 



Brown, Robert, & Son, Ferguslie Fire- 

Clay works 
Speirs, Gibb, & Co., Caledonia Pire- 

Clay works, Greenock road 



Fishmongers and. Poulterers. 

Blair, Robert, 53 George street 
Cunningham, John, 66 Causeyside 
Deans, William, 9 St. James place 
Ferrie, A., 72 Broomlands 
Gardner, John, 66 Broomlands 
Glen, Miss Agnes, 34 Gauze street 
Green, Jno. H., 18 Lawn street 
Guthrie, David, 17 Incle street 
Kerr, Francis, 2 Storie street 
HardcatJtle, John, 26 Causeyside 
Logan, James, 20 Wellmeadow 
Maitland, Wm., jun., 54 Caledonia st. 
Muldoon, Mrs. J., 20 Causeyside 
Muir, David, 17 George street 
M'Taggart, Jane, 13 Kilnside road 
M'Taggart, J,, 79 Broomlands 
M'Taggart, L., 2 Neilston street and 62 

Causeyside 
O'Donnell, Charles, 69 Love street 
Risk, George, 15 Cotton street 
Risk, William, 34 High street 
Robertson, Mrs., 101 Causeyside 
Steel, James, 47 Moss street 
Weir, James, 15 Neilstou road 
Weir, Mrs. J., 149 George street 
Woodrow, William, 66 Canal street 



Flesliers. 

Allison, James, 34 High street 
Anderson Bros.. 35 High street 
Ai'mour, W. & R., 53 Broomlands 
Arnott, William, 21 Gauze street 
Arthur, Samuel, 17 George street and 

and 14 Underwood road 
Ay ton, J., 8 Cotton street 
Barr, Andrew, 11 Gauze street 
Brown, Miss, 61 Causeyside 
Canning, A., 7 Spriugbank road 



Cameron, James, 102 George street and 

10 Broomlands 
Carse, Robert, 97 Causeyside 
Carse, William, 50 Love street 
Co-operative (Equitable) Society, 38 

Great Hamilton st. & 17 Carriagehill 
Co-operative Provident Society — 

138 George street 

7 Love street 

91 Causeyside 

48 Broomlands 

1 Cotton street 

21 Underwood road 

4 Seedhill road 
Craig, David, & Son, 24 Wellmeadow 
Craig, James, 26 Gauze street 
Easton, Wm., 60 Back Sneddon street 
Fleming, Mary, 29 George street 
Gilmour, Thos., 11^ New Smithhills 
Gibson, Alex., 15 Old Sneddon 
Glen, Thomas, 36 Broomlands 
Hamilton, George, 16 Neilston road 
Hood, James, 54 George street 
Holmes, William, 21 Sandholes 
King, A., 5 Broomlands 
Lang, John, 55 Caledonia street 
Leitch, William, & Son, 31 Causeyside 

and 3 Old Smithhills 
Millar, Peter, 74 Love street 
Morrison, Alexander, Sc Shaw, 19 Neil- 
ston road 
Morrison, James, & Son, 104 George 

street 
Morrison, James L., 2 St. James street 
Morrison; John G., 2 Bank street 
Muir, Mrs. James, 20 George street 
Murray, George, 2 Lawn street 
M'Allister, Thomas, 15 Moss street 
M'Donald Hugh, 78 Broomlands 
M'Dowall, James, 41 Ferguslie 
M'Intyre, John, 107 George street 
M'lotyre, Robert, 30 Canal street 
M'Lachlan, John, 14 Broomlands 
M'Luskie, Peter, 5 St. James street 
M'Nee, John B., 41 Caledonia street 
Nelson, J., & Sons, Ltd., 6 Moss street 
Rennie, Alexander, 18 Wellmeadow 
Rennie, John, 68 Causeyside and 9 

Canal street 
Rennie, Robert A., 18 Wellmeadow 
Ritchie, James, 70 Love street 
Ronald, Mrs. Thomas, 4 Mossvale street 
Russell, James, 2 Crossflat terrace 
Rutherford, Alex. H., 14 Gauze street 



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Scarlett, James, 54 Causeyside and 23 

Neilston road 
Shaw, Smith, 20 Causeyside 
Smith, Edward, 11 Springbank road 
Smith, James, West End Cross 
Taylor Mrs. Allan, 6 Maxwell street 
Towns, Alexander, 28 Well street 
Waddell, R. D., 96 High street (pork) 
Wallace, James, 8 Love street 
Watson, William, & Son, 27 High street 
Watson, A. & W., 25 Causeyside and 

11 Kiloside road 
Wilson, Charles, 22 Sandholes 



Florists, 

(See under Nurserymen and Florists.) 

Funeral Undertakers. 

jf^.ndersou, James, 43 Wollmeadow 

Begg, John, 24 Cotton street 

Glasgow Tramway Co., Limited, 6 Old 

Sneddon street and 109 High street 
Kilpatrick, John, & Son, 16 Abbey 

street 
Knox, Walter, 53 Storie street 
M'llwbam, Jatiieg, 75 High street 
Scott, Alexander, 93 High street 
Stevenson, Charles, 5 New street 
Young, William, 2 County place and 43 

Gordon's lane 



Furnishers. 

Beckett, J. & M., 55 Causeyside 
Brannan, Misses, 18 Gauze street 
Burgess, A., 4 Lylesland 
Burgess, Miss L. B., 41 High street 
Campbell, J. S., 13 Gauze street 
Cowan, Mrs. Janet, 11 Cochran street 
Erskine, Rachel, 30 High street 
Gibb, John, & Son, 26 High street 
Gleucross, A., 9 Lady lane 
Hamil, Wm., 117 George street 
Hamilton, Miss M., 93 Causeyside 
Henderson & Agnew, 102 Causeyside 
Holmes, Mrs., 97 High street 
Lang, Mrs., 18 George street 
Lyons & M'Neilage, 75 Love street 
Park, Robert, 1 Bute place 
Renfrew, Miss, 79 High street 
Thomson, Robert, 24 Neilston road 



Furriers. 

Lemay, Mrs., 5 Camphill place 
Macdonald, A., 36 High street 

hardeners. 

Jobbing. 

Arndale, Hugh, Stouefield 
Baxter, Mat., 4 M'Kerrell street 
Davidson, David, 5 Stow street 
Davidson, Fi-ancis, 46 Moss street 
Duncan, Archibald, 1 Gladstone terrace 
Forrest, John, 10 Gateside 
Macaulay, John, 41 George street 
M'Connachie. Peter, 3 Caledonia st. 
M'Dnnald, Thomas, 14 Glen street 
M'Kay, Thomas, 5 Stock street 
M'Lauchlan, J., 2 Bute place 
Proyan, Andrew, 13 Wellmeadow 
Ramsay, William, 50 Love street 
Reid, James, 7 Lylesland 
Robertson, John, 9 Lady lane 
Spiers, Richard, 7 Saudholes 
Stevenson, M., Greenlaw gardens 

Market. 

Allan, Charles, Moss-side 
M'Dermid, D., Williamsburgti Nursery 
Stevenson, M., Greenlaw Nursery 
Stobo, John, Westmarch cottage 
Stobo, Mrs. Alex., Kelburu cottage, 

Race-course road 
Watson, Jas., Bellfield Nursery 
Wills, James, Whitehaugh gardens 

Gardeners to Private Gentlemen, (fc. 

Beach, Alex., Ralston 

Blackley, William, Stanley lodge 

Cameron, Wm., gardener to Sir Thomas 

Glen-Coats, Bart., Ferguslie park 
Cathie, A., gardener to J.M. Symington, 

Oakshaw house 
Eccles, Geor.e, gardener to John Pol- 
son, Westmount, 7 Rosebery place 
Gillies, Duncan, gardener to J. B. 

Lamb, Underwood cottage 
Hogg, Thomas, Woodside house 
Keir, D., gardener to J. Boyd, The 

Cottage 
Mair, John, gardener to V7m. Wilson, 

Brabloch 
Maxwell, James, gardener to Mrs. James 

Arthur, Barshaw 
Morton, Andrew, gardener to K. M. 

Clark, Netherhill 



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M'DonalJ, Duucan, gardener to James 

Coats, jun., Ferguslie 
M' Hardy, K., gardener to Mrs. Kerr, 
• GallowhiU 
M'Lachlan, A., gardener to Stewart 

Clark, Kilnside 
Reid, Robert, superintendent of Paisley 

Cemetery 
Reilly, Alfred, gardener to J. Clark, 

Chapel House 
Stewart, A. M., gardener to William 

Wotherspoou, Maxwelltou 
Walker, James, superintendent of 

Hawkhead Cemetery 

G-laziers. 

Adam, James, & Son, 19 Moss street 
Berry, John C, 35 High street 
Boyd, James, & Sons, Macdowall street 
Ferguson, Norman, 19 Storie street 
Imperial Glass and Glazing Co., 73 

Broomiands street 
Kerr & Young, 47 Old Sneddon 
Kirk, George G.. 6 and 7 New Smithhills 
Kirk, John, 27 Wellmeadow 
Wood, G., & Co., 15 Causeyside 

G-rain Merchants, 

Bowie, Allan J., 3 Brown's lane 
Ewing, William, 87 Causeyside 
Hill, R. & J., 44 Well street 
Hill, Thos., 102 George street 
Lang, Robert, 4 Glen lane 
M'Gee, Walter, 8 Bridge street 
M-Gill, John. 12 Old Sneddon 
Rarasav, J. & R., Hawkhead and Seedhill 

Mills 
Snodgrass, James, Saucel mills 
Young, Wm., 11 Broomiands 

G-reengrocers. 

Anderson, Mrs., 7 Neilston road 
Burt, Maggie D., 32 Causeyside 
Buchanan, George, 6 Mossvale street 
Hamilton, George, 29 Castle street 
Henderson, James, 1 Neilsou street 
Lennox, Mrs., 55 Caledonia street 
Mathieson, Mrs., 21 Neilston road 
M'AUister, Catherine, 9 Stock street 
Noble, A., 36 Underwood 
On", Robert, 3 Lawn street 
Sawers, T., 98^ George sti-eet 
Smith, Mrs., 8 Cotton street 
Stewart T., 6 Greenhill road 



Waters, James, 6 Orchard street 
Weir, Jeanie, 3 Seedhill road 
Welsh, Mrs., Ill George street 
Wills, George, 57 George street 

Grocers and Provision Itler- 
chants. 

Those marked (*) are also Spirit Dealers. 

*Adam, John, 9 Williamsburgh 
Aitken, Mrs., 18 Mossvale street 
Allison, John, 86 Causeyside 
Allison, Joseph, & Co., 18 Sandholes 
Allison, Jeanie, 29 Williamsburgh 
Anderson, John G., 10 Orchard street 
Andrew, Thomas, 2 Potterhill 
Andrew, Wm., 9 Wardrop street 
Arnott, John, 20 Broomiands 
Arnott, Samuel, 53 Caledonia street 

*Balfour, Margaret, 10 Storie street 
Barnett, James, 68 George street 
Ban*, Alexander, 58 Storie street 
Beith, Alexander, 1 Phillips street 
Black, M. G., 29 Wellmeadow 

*Boyd, J. M., 82 Canal street 
Boyd, Sarah, 25 Queen street 
Boyd, T. H., 30 Carriagehill 
Brougl), Mrs., 46 Millarston 
Brown, John, 27 Springbank road 
Brown, William. 37 High street 
Bryson, James, 58 George street 
Burt, Peter, 1 Saucel 
Cairns, R. & Co., 100 High street 
Campbell, Miss Jane, 11 Greenhill 
road 

*Carlile, James S., 4 Thread street 
Clark, William, 5 lucle street. 
Coats, W. & A., 68 Broomiands 
Cooper Si. Co., 10 St. Mirren street 

and 78 Broomiands 
Co - operative (Equitable) Store, 38 
Great Hamilton street — branch shops, 

9 Neilston street, 17 Carriagehill, and 
90 Causeyside 

Co-operative(Paisley Provident) Stores 
139 and 168 George street, 68 Love 
street,48 Broomiands, 20 Lawn street, 

10 Springbank road, 24 Underwood 
road, 78 Broomiands, 7 Mill street, 
110 George street. 51 Caledonia 
street, 2 Crossflat terrace, 4 Seed- 
hill road, and 15 Abercoru street 

Cooperwhite, Benjamin, 15 Mossvale 

street 
Courtney, .J., 69 Broomiands 
*Creedou, John, 40 Wellmeadow 



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Onnningham, Agnes, 6 Barclay street 
Currie, John (wholesale), 10 Shuttle 

street 
Davie, Catherine, 2 Lawn street 
Dewar, Hugh, 16 Well street 
Docherty, William, 24 New Smithhills 
Douglas, R., 50 Love street 

*Down8, John, 23 Stock street 
Duncan, William, 18 Laighpark 
Eadie, Mrs., 21 Underwood road 
Ewing, William, 87 Causeyside 
Ferguson, James, 24 New street 
Ferguson, Thomas, 82 Broomlands 
Ferguson, William, 42 Moss street 

*Ferrie, Andrew, 136 George street 
Finlayson, William, 6 Smith street 
Fleming, John, 113 George street 
Forbes, Rol)ert, 34 Caledonia street 
Galbi-aith & Co., 2 George place, 22 
Sandholes, 28 Causeyside, 27 Gauze 
street, 14 Broomlands, 30 Canal St., 
12 Kilnside road, 31 Carriagehill, 51 
Broomlands, and 60 Back Sneddon 
Gallagher, John, 96 New Sneddon 

*Gardner, William, 5 Moucrieff street 
Gibb, George Y., 25 Argyle street 
Gibson, Mrs. Robert, 22 Causeyside 
G.'Uespie, Donald, 15 Moss street 
Gilmoui', James, 67 Causeyside 
Gold, Mrs. Kenneth, 14 Storie street 
Graham, James, 70 Love street 
Haddow, Mrs. Agnes, 26 Williams- 
burgh 

*Hamilton, Robert, 5 Carriagehill 
Hannan, J. R., 101 Causeyside 
Harper, Mrs., 99^ George street 

*Hart, Thomas, 6 George street 
Henderson, John, 12 New Sneddon st. 

*Heudrie, Mrs. R.. 50 Caledonia street 
Herd, A. H., 5 Geoi'ge street 
Hill, John, 102 George street 
Hill, Robert, 11 Gauze street 
Hood, Ann, 1 East Buchanan street 
Howat, Robert, 31 Storie street 
Hunter, Arthur, 11 Gt. Hamilton st. 
Hunter, James, 10 Glen street 

*Hunter, Mrs. Thomas, 22 Great Hamil- 
ton street 
Inglis, Mrs. John, 5 Mossvale street 
Irvine, James, 9 Moss street and 23 
Gauze street 

*Jack, James, & Son, 107 and 108 High 
street (Cross) 
Kelly, E., 22 Lawn street 
Kelly, William, 14 Underwood road 



Lambie, Hugh (wholesale), 5 Silk street 
Langmuir, Walter, 19 New Sneddon 

*Langmuir, Walter, 19 Lawn street 
Love, Malcolm, 51 Caledonia street 
Love, Miss Mary, 16 Thread street 
Lyall, William, 9 West Campbell st. 
Lyndia, Charles, 75 Broomlands 
Main, Alexander, 29 High street 

*Main, Alexander, 107 George street 
Marshall, Thomas. 21 Sandholes 
Martin, Robert, 38 Well street 
Mitchell, James, 32 Newton street 

*Muir, J. & J., 13 Neilston road 

*M'Counachie, William, 71 Love street 

*M'Oracken, James, 17 Gauze street 
M'Donald, Mary, 3 Williamsburgh 
M'Donald, Robert, 18 George street 
Macfarlane, Robert, 17 Cotton street 
M'Ghee. Bernard, 88 New Sneddon 
McGregor, Mrs., 1a Laighpark 
M'Hutchison, David, 52 Broomlands 
M'Intyre, P., 99 Causeyside and 34 
Canal street 

*M'Kellar, Archibald, 84 Causeyside 
M'Kellar, Daniel, 28 George street 
M'Kellar, Daniel, 35 High street 

*M'Kellar, Daniel, 12 Broomlands 
M'Lachlan, Kobert, 2 Broomlands 
M'Laugblin, Wm., 3 New Sneddon st. 
M'Lay, James, 35 Wellmeadow 
M'Lean, James, 14 Wellmeadow 
M'Lean, John, 38 Underwood road 

and 75 Love street 
M'Nair, Duncan, & Sons, 12 St. James 
place and 50 George street ; whole- 
sale, 4 St. James street 
M'Nair, W., 63 George street and 21 
Wellmeadow 

*Newton, William, 34 Glen street 
Nicol, Hamilton A., 21 Gauze street 

*Nicol, Mrs. William, 3 Maxwell street 
Nicol, Robert. 5 Old Sneddon 

*0'Nei)l, Charles, 51 George street 
Orchardson, Robt.,62 Causeyside 
Park, Ales. H , & Co., Ill Causeyside 

(wholesale) 
Paterson, Andrew, 2 St. Mary's terrace 
Pattison, David D., 1 Cotton st. 
Paul, William, 33 George street 
Pinkerton, John, 151 George street 
Pope, Martin, 5 North Croft 
Ralston, David, 16 Perguslie 

*Reid, Thomas, 4 Renfrew street 
Ribbons & Co., 91 High street 
Ritchie, Robert D., 25 Gauze street 



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Robertson, Mrs. D. , 10 Seedhill road 
Roden, Matthew, 20 Whitehead street 
Rodger, William, 19 Well street 
Ross, Mrs., 3 Gordon place 
Sim, William (wholesale), 3 Causey- 
side 
Smith, Ales., 4 Neilston road 
Smith, David, 21 Seedhill road 
Stevenson, T., 41 Clark street 

*Stevenson, James, 13 Abbey street 
Stevenson, James, 42 Broomlands 

*Stevenson, Thomas, 8 Gauze street 
Sutherland, William, 23 Wellmeadow 
Towart, R., 10 Broomlands 
Travers, Alice, 150 George street 
Ure, J. & D., 22 High street 
Ure, Thomas, 97 Causeyside 
Walker, Mrs., 19 Springbauk road 
"Weir, James, 10 Old Smithhills 

*Whitehead, A., 44 Broomlands 
Wills, James, 54 Causeyside 
"Winning, Mrs., 27 New Sneddon 
"Wright, J., 15 Gauze street 
Wright, J. & J., 6 Spriugbank road 
Wright, M., 22 Abbey street 

Hair (Curled) Manufacturer. 

Drew, M., & Sons, Ltd., Oolinslee 

Hairdressers. 

Adams, Alex., 45 New streei- 
Adams, Andrew, 4 Silk street 
Arneil, James, 4 Causeyside 
Baird, James, 2 Gauze street and 16 

George street 
Burns, James, & Son, 54 Broomlands 
Campbell, Robert, 31 New Smithhills 
Campbell, R. S., 2 Lawn street 
Docherty, P., 52 George street 
Fenino, Felix, 23 School wyud 
Fitch, John, 11 Old Sneddon 
Gibb, Joseph, 16 Old Sneddon street 
Heron, J. R., 45 High street 
Keir, Robert, 32 Wellmeadow 
Kilpatriek, William. 3 Bank street 
Mallinson, C, 103 High street 
Meiklejohn, Adam, 95 Causeyside 
Millar, John, 29 Maxwellton street 
Milton, Stephen, 25 Causeyside 
M'Cafferty, Hugh, 63 Storie street 
M'Daid, "W., 35 Castle sbeet 
M'Gallan, John G., 5 Old Sneddon 
M'Intyre, Peter, 8 St. James place 



Pole, Edward, 52 Caledonia street 
Quin, Peter, 6 Silk street 
Smith, Hugh C, junr., 72 Broomlands 
Sorbie, William, 16 Neilston road 
Taylor, G., 70 High street 
Toole, J, & A., 82 Broomlands 
Wallace, John, 6 Brown's lane 
Welch, W., 4 County place 
Wilson, Thomas, 24 New street 

Bamcurers. 

Allison, Joseph, & Co., 18 Sandholes 
Arnott, John, 20 Broomlands 
Burnet & Hamilton, 8 and 9 Well st. 
Charles. W. J., 12 Barr street 
Coats, James "W., Marshall's lane 
Coats, W. & A., 68 Broomlands 
Cochran, Thomas, 2 Sir Michael street 
Lipton Limited, 98 High street 
Nicol, H. A., 21 Gauze street 
Pinkerton, James, 40 New street 
Spence, John, & Sors, 62 Storie street 

Hardware Merchants. 

("See under Ironmongers.) 

Hatters. 

(See Hosiers and Hatters) 

Heddle Maker. 

Millar, P. K., 32 High street 

Hosiers and Hatters. 

Adam, Jno., 9 High street 
Allan, Peter, 107 High street 
Brannan, Misses, 18 Gauze street 
Brown, M., 4 Moss street 
Caruduff, John, 2 Neilston street 
Cdssells, Annie, 6 Bank street 
Cochran, R., & Sons, 26 and 27 New 

Smithhills 
Cramer, Mrs., 26 Broomlands 
Erskine, Miss, 30 High street 
Fleming, Reid, & Co., Ltd., 10 St. 

Mirren street 
Forrester, William, 23 High street and 

1 Broomlands 
Guthrie, E., 67 Broomlands 
Harper, Henry, 52 High street 
Henderson & Agnew, 102 Causeyside 
Holt H., 30 High street (ladies' hatter) 
Home Knitting Co., 2 Causeyside 
Hosiery Mauufacturing Co., 18 Moss st. 
Inglis, John, 81 High street 



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Lees, Robert M., 38 Moss street 
Leitch, W. R., 99 High street 
More, James, 7 Moss street 
M'Lean, Mrs., 26 Causeyside 
Paterson, A., 11 Moss street 
Peacock, John, 42 High street 
Reid, R. M., 11 Old Smithbills 
Renfrew, Miss, 79 High street 
Robertson & Son, 48 Moss street 
Scott & Brown, Misses, 14 Gauze street 
Scotch Wool and Hosiery Stores^ 10 

St. Mirren street 
Smith, Robert, 95 High street 
Victoria Clothing Co., 17 Moss street 
Welsh, J. & G., 101 High street 
Wilson, John, juii., 25 High street 
Winning, Mrs. Mary, 49 Broomlauds 
Wood, Mrs., 28 Wellmeadow 

Hotels, 

(See Inns and Hotels.) 

Hothouse Builders. 

Boyd, James, & Sons, Macdowall street 
Wood, G., & Co., 15 Causeyside 

House Factors. 

Anderson, James, 24 Glen street 
Begg, R. C, 15 Gilmour street 
Biggar, William, 8 Gilmour street 
Hamilton, Andrew, 93 High street 
Hamilton, Robert, 43 Lady lane 
Jackson & Abercrombie, 5 County pi. 
Keay, Angus, & Allison, 98 High street 
Kirkwood & Goudie, 23 Moss street 
Laucblan, R., 13 Moss street 
Murray, Archibald, 2 Causeyside 
Tweeddale, John, 30 Canal street 
Wilson, J. D., 12 St. Mirren street 
Winning & Fulton, Terrace buildings, 
109 High street 

India-RulDTaer and "Waterproof 
Manufacturers. 

Barbour, Mrs. James, 12 High street 
Dick, R. & J., 90 High street 
Lang, James, 31 High street 

Znn and Hotel Heepers. 

Blair, Mrs. John, Hay Weighs Inn, 3 

King street 
Curr, William, St, Mirren temperance 

hotel, 6 Moss street 



Daniel, W., Globe Hotel, 92 High street 
George Hotel (Temperance) M. Jamison 
Mitchell, John, Commercial Hotel, 11 

High street 
Stevenson, Charles, Bull lun, 5 New st. 
Thomson, Mrs. A., County Hotel, 

County place 

Iron Founders. 

Abercorn Foundry Company (Hanna, 

Donald, & Wilson), North Croft 
Bow, M'Lachlan, & Co., Thistle Works, 

Abbotsinch 
Craig, A. F., & Co. (Ltd.), Caledonia 

Works, Macdowall street 
Doulton & Co. (Ltd.), Hawkhead road 
Fullerton, Hodgart, & Barclay (Ltd.), 

Vulcan Foundry, Renfrew road 
Henry & Gait, Sneddon Foundry. 89 

and 90 New Sneddon street 
Marshall, John, & Co., Macdowall street 

Foundry 
Murdoch, Robert, & Co., 10 West Croft 
M'Lei8h&M'Taggart,VictoriaFouudry, 

M'Gown street 

Ironmongrers. 

Algie, Jas., 16 George street 
Clark. Janits. 47 George street 
Coghill, George, 49 and 50 Old Sneddon 
Co-operative Provident Society (Lmtd.) 

14 Causf^yside street 
Drennau, James, 46 Moss street 
Eadie, Robert, & Co., 12 High street 
Emerson, Mrs. Agnes, 2 Cotton street 
Fortune, John E,, 36 Caledonia street 
Gamble, Matthias, 8 Broomlands 
Glover. William, 19 High street, 
Jaap, John, 15 Wellmeadow 
Kelly, Mrs. M., 9 VIoucrieff street 
Kerr, Peter, 15 Lawn street 
Ketchen & Carnduff, 17 High st. 
Logan, James, 4 Gauze street 
Maxwell, Wm., 25 Gauze street 
Melvin, Charles, 1 Broomlands 
Muir, John, 136 and 137 George street 
Muir, Mrs. D., 20 Williamsburgh 
Murdoch, R. & C, 10 West Croft 
M'Culloch, Donald, 79 Broomlands 
M'Lean, Angus, 32 and 33 Moss street 
Neilson, A. & Co., 109 High street 
Pinkerton. R,, 67 Back Sneddon 
Ritchie & Kirkwood, 47 Moss street 
Sinclair, James, 10 Wellmeadow 



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Tannahill, Andrew, 1 Old Smithhills 
Thomson, Joseph, Masonic hall build- 
ings, 96 High street 
Trench, Thomas, & Co., 93 Causeyside 
Wilson, David, 12 Old Smithhills 

Ladies' Outfitters- 
Adam, J., 16 High street 
Cochran, Robert, & Sons, 26 and 27 

New Smithhills 
Renfrew, Miss, 79 High street 

Ladies' ITurses. 

Liiitch, Mrs,, 45 High street 
Maginty, Mrs., 27 Gauze street 
Mackay, Miss M. A., 1 Johnston street 
Paterson, Nurse, 17 Seedhill road 
Spooner, Mrs. (trained nurse), 23 Abbey 

street 
Taylor, Mrs., 41 Well street 

Lathsplitters. 

Allan, James, 19 Sandholes 

Lang, Hugh (merchant), 36 Mill street 

Rome, William, 34 Canal street 

Laundries- 

Bain, Mrs. M. R., Blytbswood drive 
Barclay, Mrs., 1 Unsted place 
Bell, A.,& Son, Ltd., Gleniffer Laundry, 
Lyleslaud — orders received at 47 
Causeyside and 6 Gilmour street 
Craigsbank Laundry, Colinslee 
Day, Mrs. (mangling), 4 Springbank rd. 
Edmonds, William, Craigielea Laundry, 

35 ^e\\ street 
Gardner & Co., Holm Laundry, Barter- 
holm 
House of Refuge, Victoi-ia pi.. Lady lane 
Kerr, Mrs. John, 24 Lawn st. (mangier) 
Leggat, David, & Co., Colinslee 
Mair, E. (mangier), 70 Broomlands 
Martin, Mrs. R. (clothes mangier), 19 
Wallace street 
■Muir, Archibald K., Shortroods 
M'Leod, Ann (mangier), 6 Love street 
M'Neish, Mrs, Eliza, 21 West street 
Robertson, William P., Stonefield 

Laundry, Colinslee 
Rough, Mrs. Matthew, 3 Newton st. 
Spence, Mrs. W. (mangier), 33 Lady la. 
Taylor, Mrs. Thos., Tannahill Laundry 

21 Castle street 
Templeton, J., & Co., Jenny's Well 



Leather Merchants. 

Dick, R. & J., 90 High street 

Lang, James, 31 High street 

Lang, W. J. & W., Seedhill (wholesale) 

M'Intosh, A. S., 12 Newton street 

Lime and Cement Merchants. 

Allan & M'Farlane, 8 Silk street 
Caldwell, David, 23 Canal street 
Collins, John & Co., 84 New Sneddon 
Gillespie, Wm., & Sou, 82 New Sneddon 
Hill, Alex., 135 George street 
Hutchison, D, T., 6 Wellmeadow 
Kilpatrick, Thomas, 40 Canal street 
Speirs, William, 35 Glen street 
Wilson & Co., 4 Townhead terrace 

Lithographers and Engravers. 

Adam Robei't, 111 Causeyside 
Carswell, Jobu, & Co., 14 Causeyside 
Eadie, John (engraver), 4 Moss street 
Farr & Co., 4 and 5 Forbes place 
Ferguson, Andrew, 39 Well street 
Graham, T, & R., 4 Bridge street 
Hay, Robert, & Son, 10 High street 

Loom Card Cutters. 

(See Weavers' Furnishers) 

Manufacturers (Textile). 

Begg, Alex., & Co., 112 Causeyside 
Bryce, D. & J. F., 110 Causeyside 
Campbell, Archibald, 110 Causeyside 
Campbell, William, 2 Causeyside 
Coates Bros., Ltd. (carpets and rugs), 

Stonefield works 
Cochran, Wm., & Co., 6 and 7 Causeyside 
Connell, J., & Sons (agents). Terrace 

buildings 
Co-operative Manufacturing Society 
(Limited), 114 and 115 Causeyside, 
Colinslee, 15 Broomlands, 10 Neilston 
road, and 11 Kiluside road 
Crawford, Hamilton, power loom fac- 
tory, Abercorn street 
Cunningham, John, 3 Mansfield place 
Dalglish, Jn. H. (Dets),30 Williamsburgh 
Gibson Brothers, & Co., 153 George st. 
Glov3r & Hardie, 109 Causeyside 
Greenlees, Matthew, & Son, 167 George 

street 
Guthrie, Robt., & Co., 2 Causeyside 



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19a 



Hutton & Co., 25 Thread street 
Johnston, Wm., & Co., 4 Shuttle st. 
Kerr, R. & J. P., Underwood mills 
Ku'kwood,Baird,& Co., Blackball works 
Lang & Co., 6 Causeysido 
Lang, Robert, 8 Forbes place and Mar-< 

shall's lane (skirtings) 
Logan & Gardner, 5 Forbes place 
Murray, John, Adelphi factory, New 

Sneddon 
M'Callum, J ames, 2 Causeyside 
M'Glashan, James, 13 Causeyside 
M'Lennan, T. B., 113 Causeyside 
Nixon, Simon, 24 Canal street 
Porter, H. G., & Co., Abercorn mills, 

Abercorn street 
Rodger, Robert, & Co., Cumberland mills 
Ronald, Jack, & Co. (carpet and rug), 

Nethercommon 
Shand, Peter, 4 Cumberland court 
Smith, Brothers, & Co., 9, 10, and 11 

Forbes place, and Marshall's lane 
Storie, John, 110 Causeyside 
Walkers & Co., 113 Causeyside 
Walsh, Wm., 110 Causeyside 
Waters, Cook, & Co., 22 Thread street 
Whitehill, M., & Co., 8 and 9 Causeyside 
Wilson, George, & Co., 147 George st. 

I«Iasons and. Builders. 

Barclay, James, Christie street 
Barr, Alexander, Bellena cottage, Hawk- 
head road 
Barr, Hugh, Espedair street 
Barr & M'Caig, 11 Shuttle street 
Barr, James, 45 and 46 Causeyside 
Beveridge, William. 7 Seedhillroad 
Blackwell, R. & Co., Crossflat 
Bowes, John, & Goudie, 27 Underwood 

road 
Brown, David, Whitehaugh 
Brunton, William, 55 Causeyside 

« Bryce, John, & Co., 14 Lady lane 
Buchanan, George, 7 Buchanan terrace 
Craig & Wilson, 30 Orchard street 
Currie, William, 23 Broomlands 
Gillespie, J. & T., 84 New Sneddon 

« Henderson, George. 21 Oakshaw street 
Morrison, David, 65 Back Sneddon 
Morrison, Alex., 65 Back Sneddon 
M'Ghee, William, 17 Well street 
M'Kaig, Thomas, 28 Love street 
M'Lean, Charles, East Buchanan street 
M'Vey, Daniel, 21 West street 

N 



Orr, James, George place 
Oswald, William W., 10 Glenview 
Pattisou, William, 2 Espedair street 
Robertson & Gillespie, 74 Canal street 
Slaven, J. & T., Thornley house 
Taylor, William, Janetta cottage, Arkle- 

ston road 
Urie, Matthew, Laighpark 
Wilson, Robert, 20 Greenhill road 
Wilson, Thomas, & Sou, 14 Abbey close 

Measurers. 

Dunlop, Matthew, 14 Moss street 
Lamb, James B., 12 High street 
Ross, Alexander, 2 Crossflat crescent 

Medical Practitioners. 

Adam, John, M.B., CM., 2 New Smith- 
hills 

Amy, Joseph, L.R.C.S , L.R.C.P., L.M". 
(Edinburgh), George place house 

Brownridge, Robert, M.B., 17 Neilston 
rd. — house the Cottage, 7 Neilston st. 

Bruce, James, M.B., CM., D.P.H., 8 
High street, 9 Broomlands — house 
28 Gauze street 

Bruce, Robert, M.B., CM., 28 Gauze st. 

Clow, William, M.A., B.Sc, M.B., CM., 

2 Towuhead terrace 

Cluckie, N. Gordon (oculist). Royal Vic- 
toria Eye Infirmary, 1 Forbes place 
and 1 Smithhills 

Crawford, Dr., 39 High street 

Donald, Archibald, M.B., CM., 5 Gauze 
street 

Donald, Hugh CoUigan, M.B., CM., 
F.R.C.S.E., 5 Gauze street 

Duncan. James, M.D., 23 Causeyside 
audi Crossflat terrace — house Church- 
hill house 

Ferguson, Joshua, M.A.., M.B., CM., 4 
Greenlaw terrace 

Eraser, Donald, M.D., F.F P.S. (Glas.), 

3 Orr square 

Gardner, David, M.B , CM., 84 High st. 

Gibson, J. R., M.D., D. Ph., F.F.P.S. 
(Glas.), 20 Storie street 

Gibb, William F., M.D., CM., 7 St. 
James street 

Graham, John A., M.B., CM., 3 Garth- 
land place 

Graham, Thos., M.D., 3 Garthland place 

Holms, John, M.D., 21 Wellmeadow and 
24 Gauze street — ho. 50 High street 



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Hunter, John B., M.D., CM., 3 Smith- 
hills — house 31 St. James street 

Kay, Janet, 100 High street 

Livingstone, AVm., M.B., CM., 44 Moss 
street — house 9 Garthland place 

Macarthur, John N., M.B., 81 High st. 
— house 34 High street 

Penman, R. S., M.B.,CM., 12 St. James 
place 

Richmond, Andrew, M.B., G-M., 9 St. 
James place — house 57 Love street 

Robb, J. Jenkins, M.D., 85 High street 

Robertson, J. Neil, M.B., CM., Salis- 
bury lodge, Meikleriggs 

Russell, William, M.B., CM., 15 Broom- 
lands, 2 Cotton street — house 52 High 
street 

Stevenson, John, M.D., CM., 29 Well- 
meadow and 5*5 Causeyside — ho. Stow 
cottage, Stow brae 

Watt, Thomas, M.A., M.B., CM., 44 
High street 

Wilson, Jas. P. A., F.R.CS., L.RC.P., 
D.P.H., 18 Kilnside road 

Midwives. 

M'Ginty, Mrs., 27 Gauze street 
Paterson, Nnrse, 17 Seedhill road 
Priestley, Mrs. G. B., 8 Moss street 
Roberts, Mrs., 35 Wellmeadow 
Roxburgh, Mrs., 5 Old Sneddon 
Sloan, Mrs. N., 3 George street 

Mill FTirnisliers. 

Macdougall, A. M., 4 Whitehaugh ter. 
Robertson & Co., 55 Back Sneddon st. 
Snodgrass & Brown, 36 Old Sneddon 

Millers. 

M'Gee, Walter, 8 Bridge street 
Ramsay, J. & R., Hawkheadand Seed- 
hill mills 
Snodgrass, James, Saucel mills 

Milliners. 

Aitken, J. & M., 13 LaM'n street 
Beckett, J. & M., 55 Causeyside 
Beveridge, Miss J., 57 Broomlands 
Bryce, Misses, 2 Old Smithhills 
Clark, Miss E., 65 Love street 
Clelland, Christina, 20 Wellmeadow 
Cochran^ Robert, & Sons, 26 and 27 
New Smithhills 



Craig, Miss, 77 High street 
Esdaile, W. S., & Co., 93 High street 
Gibson, Miss, 82 Seedhill road 
Glover, M. & M., 44 Moss street 
Holt, H., 30 High street 
Inglis, M. & E., 4 George street 
Johnston, Mrs., 8 Broomlands 
Kerr, Miss J., 39 Wellmeadow 
Kerr, Janet, 21 Causeyside 
Lyons & M'Neilage, 75 Love street 
M'Gregor & Young, 23 Wellmeadow 
M'Kinlay, M., 29 High street 
Parlane & Kerr, 1 High street 
Purdon, E., 32 Causeyside 
Sawers & Warden, 36 High street 
Selway, Mrs., 15 Old Smithhills 
Strachan, Miss, 31 Gauze street 
Thomson, Miss J., 4 Wellmeadow 
Thomson, Misses, 29 New Smithhills 
Turnbull, Christina, 16 Moss street 
Walker, J., 69 Causeyside 
Wallace & Co , 15 High street 
Weddell, Misses, 23 Broomlands 
Williams, Mrs., 100 Causeyside 

Mop Manufacturers, 

Boyle, John, 13 and 61 Storie street 
M Kim Brothers, Hawkhead road 

Music Sellers. 

Ballautyne, John, & Son, 28 High st. 
Brown, Mrs. Adam (violin maker), 4 

Storie street 
Parlane, J. & R., 97 High street 
Paterson, Sons, & Co., Terrace buildings 
Wood, J. Muir, & Co., 49 High street 

Mustard Manufacturers, 

Poison, Wm., & Co., Imperial Starch 
works, Abercorn street 

ITame-Flate Maker. 

Brown, Robert, 10 Espedair street 

ITe^rs Agents. 

(See under Booksellers and Stationers)- 

ITurserymen and Florists. 

Anderson, Robert, 40 High street 
Arndale, Hugh, Stonefield 



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Campbell, John, Nethercorumon 
Creelman, Joho, Marchfield 
Davidson, Francis, Carriagehill nursery 
Emmerson, J., 25 High street 
M'Diarmid, Duncan, Lady burn nursery 
Stevenson, M., Greenlaw nurseries 
Watson, James, Bellfleld, Oartvale, 
Love street 

Oil Merchants, Manufacturers, 
and Hefiners- 

Balfour, Charles, & Co., 23 Old Sneddon 
Christie, James, &Co., 36 Moss street 
Ferguson, Shaw, & Sons, Lonend 
Handasyde, C. H., & Co., Abercorn Oil 

Works, Macfarlane street. Racecourse 

road 
Higbgate, Hugh, & Co., Greenhill Oil 

Works, Murray street 
Ingram & Co., Caledonia Oil Works, 

Clark street 
M'Lerie, Thomas, 1 Ferguslie walk 
Macdougall, A. M., 4 Whitehaugb ter. 
Macfee, H. M., & Co., 9 New street 

Opticians. 

Duncan, J., 9 High street 
Hardie, M, N., 26 Causeyside 
Harris, William, 19 High street 
Love, R. & Co., 103 High street (Cross) 
Warnock, James, 20 Causeyside 



Painters and Faperhangers. 

Alexander, James, 5 George street 
Bett, David, 41 Wellmeadow street 
Bowie, C. T., Fisher, & Co. 15 Gilmour 

street 
Christie, James, & Co., 36 Moss st. 
Cowan & Stewart, 6 Wellmeadow 
Drennan, Robert, 164 George street 
Fernie, Archibald, 48 Old Sneddon 
Gardner, James, 1 Wallueuk 
Glasgow, Charles, & Co., 22 New Smith- 
hills 
Hunter, J. K., 30 Wellmeadow 
Kerr, Robert, 24 Gauze street 
Kilpatrick, Hugh, 6 St. James place 
Kirk, George G., 6 New Smilhhills 
Martin, Robert S., 19 Wallace street 
Mitchell, George, 1 Neilston street 
Murray, D., & Son, 15 Gilmour street 
M'Crone, William, 73 Broomlands 



MacFedries, Wm. B., 32 High street 
M'Luskie, James, 66 Broomlands 
Osborne, William, 23 Wellmeadow st. 
Sandilands, J., 102 Causeyside 
Thomson, Robert, 1 Bridge st. (South) 
Thomson, James K., 40 Causeyside 
Wallace, John, 1 Johnston street 
Wilkie, John, & Sons, 39 High street 



Pattern Drawers. 

Graham, J., 11 Ferguslie 
Melville, Daniel, 110 Causeyside 
M'Lean, Andrew, 15 Gauze street 



PawnTorokers- 

Cochran, James, & Son, 81 Broomlands 

and 2 Sandholes 
Ferguson, John, 35 High street and 90 

Canal street 
Lochhead, G. F., & Co., 32 Causeyside, 

42 Great Hamilton street, and 1 

Gordon's lane 
Mackay, John, & Co., 32 Gauze street, 

1 Queen street, 7 Broomlands, 8 Back 

Sneddon, 12 Old Sneddon, and 9 

Abbey street 
Nisbet, Mrs. Margaret, 24 Gauze street 
Paisley Loan Co., 4 Gordon's lane and 

30 Causeyside 
Smith, James H. , 108 George street 
Todd, William, 106 George street 
Walker, Martin, 17 Storie street 



Photographers. 

Barr, W., 93 High street 
Blair, George L., 49 High street 
Bomont, F., & Co., 83 High street 
Brannan, Misses (Photographic prin- 
ters), Arkleston road 
Brown, William, 9 Gilmour street 
Cook, Joseph, 32 High street 
M'llwrick, William J., 08 High street 
M'Kenzie, M. K., Greenlaw avenue 
M'Naughton, George, 21 Gauze street 
Pearlman, M., & Co., 44 Causeyside 
Ritchie, J. Douglas, 5 Gilmour street 
Reuschling, Louise, 24 Causeyside 
Whiteford, J. H., 25 Storie street 
Wilson, William R , 33 Glen street 



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Pianoforte Tuners. 

M'Ewan, John, jun., 4 Garthland street 
M'Lachlan, John, 21 St. James street 
M'Nab, George C, 48 Causeyside 
Paterson, Sons, & Co., Terrace buildings 
Wood, J. Muir, & Co., 49 High street 



Plasterers. 

Collins, John, & Co., 84 New Sneddon 
Collins, James & Son, 3 Bridge st. 
Davidson, Alexander, 45 Broomlands 
Hutchison, David T., 6 VVellmeadow 

and 245 St. Vincent street and 138 

Cowcaddens, Glasgow 
Hutcheson, William, 11 Glen lane 
Maxwell, Alexander, 24 Gordon's lane 
Mitchell, Thomas, 11 Sir Michael street 
Speirs, William, 38 Causeyside 



Plumlsers, Tinsmiths, and 
Coppersmitlis. 

Adam, George, 39 Gordon's lane 
Allison, William, 39 New street 
Barr & Colquhoun, 2 Bank street 
Barr & Provan, 11 Johnston street 
Drennan, James, 4 Old Sneddon 
Elliot, Andrew, 28 Causeyside 
Fleming, James, 5^ North Bridge street 
Forsyth, Alex., & Son, 46 Broomlands 

street 
Gibson, Andrew, 11 Nethercommon 
Glover, William, 19 High street 
Getty, Moore, 22 Neilston road 
Haran, N. G., & Sons, 15 Causeyside st. 
Hunter & Goudie, 5 Causeyside street 
Herd, John, 4 Cotton street 
Herd & Buchanan, 36 Old Sneddon 
Kelly, Alexander, 16 Causeyside 
Kilpatrick, James, & Son, Dj^ers' wynd 
Lauchlau, Robert, 17 Sandholes 
Lyall, John, 2 Broomlands 
Martin, Alexander, 10 Lnwn street 
Martin, John, 131 George street 
Meiklejohn, John, 134 George street 
Melville, Alexander, 82 Causeyside 
Miller, W. & A., 10 St. Mirren st. 
Morrison, John, & Sons, Murray street 
M'Nab, J. Orr, 8 Old Sneddon street 
Pinkerton, Robert, 67 Back Sneddon 
Robertson, Archibald, 9 Broomlands 



Robertson, George, & Sons, 55 Back 
Sneddon 

Stewart & Hendry, 22 Glen street 

Thomson, Joseph, Masonic Hall build- 
ings, 96 High street 

Wallace, Connel, & Co., 8 Gilmour st. 

Wallace, Charles, 28 Williamsburgh 

Potato Merchants. 

Caldwell, W. A. G., 3 Hunter street 
Piudlay, David, Abercorn station 
Langmuir, Robert, 28 Causeyside 
Ramsay, W., 14 Barclay street 
Walker, John, 23 Abbey street 

Po'vrer - Loom Cloth Itlanufao- 
turers. 

(See Manufacturers — Textile) 

Preserve Manufacturers. 

Cairns, Alexander, & Sons, St. George 
Preserve works, Clark street 

Drennan, Mrs. D., 6 George street 

Lilla & Edwards, (British India Chutney 
Sauce works), Clark street 

Robertson, James, & Sons, Thrushgrove 
works, Stevenson street 

Printers (Letterpress). 

Cook, J. & J., 94 High street 
Gardner, Alexander, 7 Gilmour street 
Glover, Thomas, 11 Moss street 
Hay, Robert, & Son, 10 High street 
Kirk, Alexander, 27 Wellmeadow 
Lochhead, W. A., 12 Causeyside 
M'Dougal Bros.. 4 Moss street 
Parlane, J. & R , 97 High street 
Paterson, John, 24 Maxwellton street 
Paton, James, juu., 25 High street 
Reid, John. 5 Causeyside 
Welsh & Graham, 33 Gauze street 
Wotherspoon, Robert, & Son, 8 and 42 
High street 

Provision Merchants. 

(See Grocers and Provision 
Merchants.) 

Purveyors. 

Alexander, Mrs. John, 5 Love street 

Curr, William, 6 Moss street 

Gibson, Andrew & Son, 98 High street 



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Hutton, W., 5 Moss street 
Jamison, M., 2 Old Smithhills 
Mitchell, J., 11 High street 
Munro, H., 6 Silk street 
M'Ghee, William, 47 High street 
Patrick, W. N., 69 Broomlands 
Sinclair, D., 3 Gartbland street and 11 

Kilnside road 
Thomson, Mrs. A, County Hotel 
Wood, Alexander, 6 High street 
Yielder & Co., 105 High street and 45 

Moss street 

Hestaurauteurs- 

Cochran, Mrs. 8 Old Sneddon 
Forsyth, John, 12 Newton street 
O'Hara, Hugh, 92 Old Sneddon 

Eopespinners. 

Kerr, Peter, & Son (Heddle twine), 

New Street Mills 
M'Gregor & Kerr, Greenhill road 
Paton, David, & Co., Carriagehill house 
Peacock, W, , 85 High street 
Picken, James, Clark street 
Southwell, Peter, & Sou, Laighpark 

ropeworks 
Watson, Robert, 32 High street — works 

Shortroods 

Saddlers and Harness Makers. 

Baird, William, 79 High street 
Calderwood, James, 32 High street 
Manwell, John, 8 Castle street 
M'Creery, John, & Son, 2 County place 

and 25 High street 
M'Pherson, Alexander, 35 Causeyside 
Shepherd. D., 50 Storie street 

Salt Merchants 

Niven, Mrs. Wm., 66 George street 
Young, A., 11 Sandholes 



Sanitary Ss Flnml^ers' Eartlien- 
T^are Manufacturers. 

Brown, Robert, & Son, Paisley Sanitary 

Earthenware Works, Ferguslie 
Doulton & Co., Ltd., Hawkhead road 
Spiers, Gibb & Co., Greenock road 
Wallace, Connell, & Co., 8 Gilmour st. 



Sa'TT Millers. 

Allison, Wm., Victoria Saw Mills, 23 

Love street 
Clai-k, John, & Co., Wallneuk Saw Mills 
Hawson & Hannah, Shortroods Saw 

Mills, Springbank road 
Highgate, John, & Co., Caledonia Saw 

Mills, Murray street, and Baltic Saw 

Mills, Macdowall street 
Young, John, & Co., Burgh Saw Mills, 

Caledonia street 

Scourers — (See Bleachers). 

Sculptors. 

Currie, William, 23 Broomlands 
Robin & Sweenie, Johnston street 
Robin, Robert, Hawkhead I'oad 

Seed Merchants. 

Anderson, Robert, 40 High street 
Bowie, Allan J., 3 Brown's lane 
Campbell, Robert, Cross street 
M'Parlane, John, 6 New street 
Macfee, John, 3 Moss street 

SoT^n^ Machine Makers- 

Jaap, John, 15 Wellmeadow 
M'Glashan, Duncan, Underwood lane 
Sioger Company, 10 St. Mirren street 

Sheriff 0£&cers. 

Johnston & M'Laren, 23 School wynd 
Hendry, W. D., 4 Moss street 
Morrison, Joseph, 12 Hunter street 

ShiplDuilders. 

Abercorn Shipbuilding Coy. (Hanna, 
Donald, & Wilson), Abercorn street 

Fleming & Ferguson (Ltd.), Phoenix 
Works, Inchinnan road 

FuUerton, John, & Co., Merksworth, 
Inchinnan road 

M'Arthur, J., & Co., Abbotsinch 

M'Glashan, Duncan, Henderson street 

Shipping Agents. 

(See Agents.) 

Shop Fitters and Qlass Show- 
Case Makers. 

1 Wood, G., & Co., 15 Causeyside 



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Slaters. 

Allan & M'Farlane, 8 Silk street 
Blane, David, 66 Storie street 
Davidson, Alexander, 45 Broomlands 
Elliott, Richard, William street 
Gillespie, Wm., & Son, 82 New Sneddon 
Hill, Alexander, 135 George street 
Hutchison & Co., 6 Wellmeadow, and 

246 8t. Vincent street and 138 Cow- 

caddeus, Glasgow 
Jeffrey, James, & Co., 84 New Sneddon 
Kilpatrick, Alexander H.,40 Caoal street 
Mitchell, Andrew, 88 Causeyside 
Murdech, Thomas, 52 Causeyside 
M'Ghee, John, 38 Storie street 
M'Intyre, James, jun., 33 Glen street 
M'Lintock, George, 13 Johnston st. 
M'Lintook, John, 36 Gordon's lane 
Robertson, Walter, 15 Abbey close 
Shaw & Stewart, 51 High street 
Wallace, Charles, 28 Williamsburgh 
Wallace, Charles, 23 New Smithhills 
Wilson, Robert, 23 West street 
Wilson & Co., 4 Townhead terrace 

Smiths. 

Browning, Alexander, jun., 10 West 

Buchanan street 
Cassels, James, 4 Glen lane 
Cassels, Robert, 19 St. James street 
Christie, William, & Sous, Underwood 

Iron works 
Duncanson, William, 34 Gordon's lane 
Flanigan, James, 5 Maxwellton street 
Garrott, John, 51 High street 
Gibson, Andrew, 2 Smithhills 
Gleghorn, Andrew, 11 New Smithhills 
Lee, Robert, 12 St. James street 
Marshall, Jas., 101 Causeyside 
M'Fadzean, John, & Son, 8 Caledonia st. 
M'Geoch, David, & Son, 4 Mill 

street 
M'Phee, Alexander, Nethercraigs 
Noble, James, 90 George street 
Pinkerton, Robert, 67 Back Sneddon 
Pottie, A. & M., St. James place 
Pottie, A. & Sons, 64 Love street 
Richardson, Charles, 13 Abbey close 
Sproul, Andrew, & Sons, 10 Lylesland 
Spruell, Andrew, 8 Christie street 
Trench, Thomas, & Co., 93 Causeyside 

Soot Mercliant. 

Adam, Alexander, 14 Smithhills 



Soap l^anufacturers. 

Ferguson, Shaw, & Sons, Blackball 

Soap works 
Gleniffer (The) Soap Co. ,3 and 4 Lonend 
Isdale & M'Callum, Caledonia Soap 

works. Rowan street 
Robin & Houston Ltd., 61 New Sneddon 

Starch lilanufacturers. 

Brown & Poison, Royal Starch Works, 

Carriagehill 
Johnston, J. & G., 28 Causeyside 

(mei'chants) 
MacKean, William, Ltd., St. Mirren's 

Works, Caledonia street 
Mackenzie Brothers, Abercorn Works, 

Renfrew ryad, and Caledonia Works, 

Murray street 
Poison, William, & Co., Imperial Starch 

Works, Abercorn street 
Wilson, Robert, & Co., Adelphi Starch 

Works, New Sneddon 
Wotherspoon, William, Glenfield Works, 

Maxwellton 

Stationers. 

(See Buoksellers.) 

Stay Haker. 

M'CIure, Miss, 11 Saueel 

Stock)3rokers. 

Mackay, R. E., & Co., 13 Moss street 
Matheson, A., 93 High street 



Siirgeons, 

(See Medical Practitioners.) 

Surgeon-Dentists, &c. 

Campbell, A. Laurie, 9 Orr square 
Cullen, Thomas, 12 St. James place 
Dallachy, James W., L.D.S., 82 High st. 
Fenton, L. J., F.S.Sc. (artificial teeth), 

41 Wellmeadow and Townhead ter. 
Taylor, Thos. Henry, L.D.S., 1 Gauze 

street, and Blyth-Holm, Symington, 

Biggar 
Walker, John, 44 New street 
Wallace, James, L.D.S., 94 High st. 



TRADES AND PROFESSIONS. 



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Tailors and Clotliier& 

Adam, James, 4 Smithhills 
Aitken, David, 44 New street 
Balfour, William, 14 High street 
Bell, Archd. 22 High street 
Blair, John, 37 Geoi'ge street 
Brown, R., 31 Gauze street 
Brown, E,, jun,, 46 High street 
Caldwell, Robert, 38 Causeyside 
Chapman, George, 104 Causeyside st. 
Coats, Matthew, 128 George street 
Co-operative Manufactui'ing Society, 

115 Causeyside 
Cross, The, Clothing Co., 104 High st. 
Duncan, Matthew, 2 West street 
Fleming, J. & J., 57 George street 
Findlay, E. A., 3 Well street 
Fulton, David, 54 Causeyside 
Galletly, David, 5 Causeyside 
Gibson, William, 24 Lady lane 
Glen, Allan, sen., 6 George street 
Glen, AUau, 138 George street 
Goldie, Johu, 83 High street 
Graham, John, 18 Moss street 
Hamilton, Alexander, 3 George street 
Hamilton & Co., 80 High street 
Harper, Henry, 52 High street 
Hatchard & Gibsou, 18 Moss street 
Henry, Johu, 11 Broomlands street 
Hepworth, Joseph, & Son, Ltd., 90 High 

street 
Hunter, Thomas, 52 Broomlands 
Kelly, Alexander, 18 Moss street 
King, Alex., & Son, 4 Gilmour street 
Knight & Dundas, 111 Causeyside 
Lees, David, 82 Causeyside 
Lees, Robt. M., 38 Moss street 
Love, Matthew, 11 Carbrook street 
Mair, William C., 5 Gilmour street 
Mathieson, John, 18 Gilmour street 
Mathieson, Robert, 9 High street 
Mitchell, Robert 131 George street 
Mitchell, Robert, 10 Abbey terrace 
Macallum, William, 10 Wellmeadow 
M' Arthur, J. & J., 8 Causeyside 
M'Crae, R., 23 School wynd 
M'Glashan, Alex., 109 Causeyside 
M'Guire, Wm,, 99 High street 
M'Kenzie, Hugh, 88 Causeyside 
M'Lean, James, 33 High street 
M'Taggart, Lauchian, 2 Gilmour street 
M'Stravick, Wm., 4 Albion street 
Nixon, Simon, 24 Canal street 
Paisley Clothing Company, 94 High 

street 



Reid, R. L., jun., 75 Love street 
Shaw, Smith, 45 New street 
Smart & Rolland, 94 High street 
Smith, Robert, 15 Sir Michael street 
Thomson, William C, 16 Gilmour st. 
Towns, Archibald, 16 High street 
Victoria Clothing Co., 17 Moss street 
Wallace, George, 3 Moss street 
Whiriskey, James, 10 Causeyside 
Young, John, & Son, 7 Orr square 

Tanners. 

Lang, W. J. & W., 1 and 2 Seedhill 

Tea Merchants. 

(See Grocers and Provision Merchants.) 

Teachers. 

Bain, J. (shorthand, typewriting, &c.), 

8 High street 
Boog, Miss, ladies' school, Caversbauk 

house 
Cunningham, Misses, seminary, So. park 
Graham, Misses, ladies' sch'l, 3 Royal ter. 
Hamilton, Hugh, 4 Bank street 
Hunter, R. M.( Spanish), 31 St. James st. 
Roxburgh, A. P., F.S.L.A., F.E.LS. 

(Elocution), 5 Greenlaw terrace 



Teachers in Educational 
Institutions. 

CSee Appendix). 

Teachers of Dancing. 

Dutch, Mrs., 8 Forbes place 
Dutch, D. M., 8 Forbes place 
Primrose, W. M., 4 Smithhills 

Teachers of DraT^ngr- 

Anderson, James, Bolerno cottage, 

Bishopton 
Hayes, Charles, Technical College — ho. 

25 St, James' street 

Teachers of Music. 

Agate, Wm., Mus. B.,Oxon., F.R.C.O., 

Hilden, Castlehead 
Anderson, Miss E. J., 25 Oakshaw street 
Anderson, Miss, 53 High street 



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Ballantyne, Eva S., 54 Causeyside 
Barratt, John, Mus. Bac, Oxon., 97 

High street 
Bell, Allan, jun., 1 Royal terrace 
Brown, Anna D., 8 Janefield place 
Fraser, J. Roy, 49 High street 
Galletly, Miss, Anna villa, Greenock rd 
Gibson, Mrs. W. H., 5 Townhead ter. 
Gilmour, Miss, 15 High street 
Holroyd, A., 31 Gauze street 
Keith, Miss, 66 Love street 
Money, Miss Jenny, Whin knowe, 

Meikleriggs 
M'Ewen, John, jun., 4 Garthland street 
Mackellar, James D., 11 M'Kerrell st. 
M'Nab, J. Orr, 2 East Croft 
Notman, Miss, Nether park, Calside 
Notman, Mrs. W. J., 16 Underwood 

road 
Pattinson, James, Mus. Bac, Cantab., 

1 Greenlaw avenue 
Reid, R. L., 7 Berlin terrace, 38 Leven 

street, Pollokshields 
Semple, Jaraes F., 3 Townhead ter. 
Stephens, Alfred, 3 M'Kerrell street 
Stephens, B. W., 3 M'Kerrell street 
Stevenson, J. L., Annfield place 
Wylie, Kate S., Mauriston, Hawkhead 

road 

Thread Manufacturers. 

Clark & Co. (Ltd.), Anchor Thread 

Works, Seedhill 
Clark, J. & J. & Co., Anchor Thread 

Works, Seedhill 
Coats, J. & P., Limited, Ferguslie 
Kerr & Co. (Ltd.), Underwood Mills 
Kerr, P., & Son, New Street Mills 

Tile Layers- 

Kean & Wardrop, 167 Bath street, 
Glasgow 

Tolsacconists. 

Those marked {*) are Manufacturers, 

Baird, H., 19 Wellmeadow 

Beacom, J. F., 76 High street 

Black, Alex., 21 Causeyside 

Blackley, Mrs,, 44 Causeyside 

Boyd, James, 1 Smithhills 

Brown, Wm., 3 Moss street 

Burns, James, & Son, 54 Broom- 
lands 



Buchanan, David, 1 Caniphill 
Caldwell, .John, 74 Love street 
Campbell, Miss C. P., 3 St. James 

street 
Campbell, R. S., 2 Lawn street 
Campbell, Mrs., 5 Williamsburgh 
Cassells, James, 41 Wellmeadow 
Clark, J. K , 39 Old Sneddon 
Clark, R., 11 Moss street 
Cochran, Robert, 40 Caledonia street 
Cochran, William, 24 Wellmeadow 
Colquhouu, Alex., 15 George street 
Craig, Daniel, 10 Lawn street 
Crawford, John, 71 Broomlands 
Davis, J., 1 Springbauk road 
*Dobie, George, & Co., Greenhill works, 

Clark street 
Eccles, Miss A., 74 Broomlands street 
Ferguson, J., 64 Broomlands street 
Feruie, Elizabeth, 78 Causeyside 
Fiudlay, Peter, 12 Old Sneddon and 

42 High street 
Fulton, Wm., 6 Silk street 
Glen, Mrs. E., 81 Causeyside 
Gray, Mrs , 51 High street 
Hamilton, Miss, 18 Causeyside 
Heron, J. R., 45 High street 
Holmes, Robert, 28 Wellmeadow 
Moore, Matthew, 2 Bank street 
Mitchell, Annie, 6 Bank street 
Morrison, Mrs., 1 George street 
Muir, Archd., 104 High street 
Mulhall, John, 8 Lawn street 
M'Alpine, David, 30 Old Sneddon 
Macallum, William, 10 Wellmeadow 
M'lutyre, Peter, 8 St. James place 
M'Kiuaon, Donald, 15 Neilston road 
Orr, Miss, 29 Cacal street 
Reid, Jas., 6 Moss street 
Reid, William, 13 Underwood road 
Robertson, Robert, 46 Moss street 
Rodger, (Trustees of) Mrs. Alex., 83 

High street 
Shearer, James, 24 High street 
Sinclair, A., 5 Neilston road and 69 

Causeyside 
Small, William, 63 Causeyside 
Stevens, W. A., 42 Moss street 
Thomson, Mrs, Ann, 2 Gauze street 
Thomson, Elizabeth, 24 New street 
Urquhart, Mrs., 1 Johnston street 
Wilson, Walter L., 12 Old Smithhills 
Young, Mrs. M , 19 Moss street 
Yuill, William, 11 Old Smithhills 



TEADES AND PROrESSIONS. 



201 



Tolsacco Pipe Maker. 

Davies, Ales. 30 Gauze street 

Typewriter, 

Sliaw, Mary A., Central Typewriting 
Office, 12 Causeyside 

TTmlsrella Manufacturers. 

Barbour, Mrs., 12 High street 
Buchanan, Mrs., 24 Lawn street 
Forrester, D., 43 High street 
Paterson, M., & Co., 98^ George st. 

X7ml3rella, Ba^, and 'Waterproof 
"Warehouses, 

Barbour, Mrs. James, 12 High street 
Cochran, R., & Sons, 26 and 27 New 

Smithhills 
Lang, J., 31 High street 

Upholsterers- 

(See Cabinetmakers and Upholsterers.) 

Valuators. 

Caldwell, Peter (property), 12 High st. 
Cochran, James, & Son, 81 Broomlands 
Davidson, Charles (property), 109 High 

street 
Gillespie, James, & Sons, (property), 84 

New Sneddon 
Gillespie, John, F.S.L, 82 New Sneddon 
Johnston, D. L., & Co., 26 and 27 Old 

Sheddon 
Lamb, James B., 12 High street 
Law, Wm., 113 Causeyside 
Muir, John, Annfield villa, Castlehead 
Paterson, Robert, & Son, 27 Orchard st. 
Sale, Henry, 109 High streat 
Winning & Fulton (property), Ten ace 

buildings 

Veterinary Surgeons. 

Ho'jston, William F., 8 Glen street 

and 90 George street 
Millar,David,M.R.C.V.S. ,Wellington st 
M'Geoch, Andrew, M.R.C.V.S. (Burgh 

Inspector), 1 <3hristie street 
M'Geoch, David, & Son, 3 and 4 Mill st. 
Pottie, A., & Sons, 64 Love street 
Pottie, J. E., 1 St. James place 
Spruel, Andrew, 8 Christie street 



Wall Tile (Earthen'ware) Manu- 
facturers. 

Brown, Robert, & Son, Paisley Sanitary 
Earthenware Works, Millarstou 

Warpers. 

Archibald, George, sen., 15 Barr street 
Archibald, Thomas, 1 Causeyside 
Dreghorn, Andrew, 2 Great Hamilton st. 
Jardine, Thomas, 7 Gauze street 
Lang, Robert, 8 Forbes place and 
Marshall's lane 

Waste Merchants. 

Boyle, John, 13 and 51 Storie street 
Brown, Ralph, 12 New Smithhills 
Kaj', James, 24 George street 
M'Gown, Adam, & Son, Williamsburgh 

Works 
M'Kim, Bros., Hawkhead road 
Purves, John, 117 George street 
Renfrew, Thomas, 41 Causeyside 
Speiro, John, 19 Cotton street 
Speirs, William, 81 Broomlands 
WagstafP, Mrs. Matthew, 5 Orchard St. 
Wallace, B., & Co., 7 South Croft 

Watch and Clock Makers and 
Jewellers. 

Arthur, William, 43 High street 
Brown, J., & Sons, 83 High street 
Brown, Wm., 83 Causeyside 
Cochran, James, & Son, 81 Broomlands 
Co-operative (Provident) Society, Ltd,, 

14 Causeyside 
Duff & Miller, 20 High street 
Duncan, James, 9 High street 
Gemmill, Malcolm, 5 Wellmeadow 
Gilmour, D,, 28 Old Sneddon 
Guthrie, Mungo, 1 Old Smithhills 
Bardie, M. N., 26 Causeyside 
Harris, William, 19 High street 
King, Robert, 9 Old Smithhills 
M'Geoch, George, 37 Wellmeadow 
M'Gibbon, Richard F., & Son, 4 Moss 

street 
Peacock, J., 32 Wellmeadow 
Prinsky, Elec, 27 High street 
Waruock, James, 20 Causeyside 
Wilson, Walter, 2 Wellmeadow 
Wilson, Wm., 39 High street 



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PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 



"Weavers. 

Oowden, John, 75 Canal street 
Rankine, John, 75 Oaual street 

"Weavers' Furnishers. 

Alexander, J,, & Son, 41 Gordon's lane 
Brodie, Alex., 113 Causeyside 
Caldwell, James, 110 Causeyside 
Jardine, Thos., 7 Gauze street 
Millar, P. K, 32 High street 
Thomson, Peter, 8 Forbes place 

"Window Cleaners. 

The Scottish Window Cleaning Coy, 
(Ltd.), 29 Wellmeadow 

Wine and Spirit Merchants- 

(See also under Grocers). 

Those marked (*) are Wholesale Merchants 

Adanj, Matthew, 60 Causeyside 
Adam, Robert, 68 George street 
Anderson, Mrs. Jas., 6 Springbank road 
Anderson, Mrs. Thos., 4 Caledonia st. 
Andrew, William, 96 Causeyside 
Armour, W. T., 3 Silk street 
Arthur, J. F., 14 Old Sneddon 
Barr, Alexander, 34 Canal street 
Barr, Allan, 19 Neilston road 
Bain, J. H., 29 Gauze street 
Blair, Mrs. John, Hay Weighs Inn, 3 

King street 
Bole, Mrs. William, 2 Renfrew street 
Boyd, J., 25 New Sniithhills 
Brown, David, 9 Old Smithhills 
Burtnay, Mrs. James, 12 Back Sned- 
don 
Calderwood, Hugh, 94 New Sneddon 
*Caldwell, James, & Son, 9 and 10 Gil- 
mour street 
Campbell, Andrew R., 82 Broomlands 
Campbell, James, 71 Broomlands 
Campbell, William, 38 High street 
Cochran, Mrs. James C. (Royalty Bar), 

11 and 12 West Croft street 
Cochran, James, 11 Canal street 
Colquhoun, David, 17 Wellmeadow 
Connell, Mary, 116 George street 
Connell, Mrs., 36 Storie street 
Cowan, John, 3 Love street 
Craig, Wm., 20 St. James street 
Craig, William, 17 Causeyside 
Craig, William, 6 Union street 



Crarab, James, 89 Causeyside 
Crichton, Colin, 5 Williamsburgh 
Cruickshanks, Arthui", 68 Broomlands 
Cruikshanks, Thos., 35 Moss street 
Dale, Mrs. Ellen, 13 Dyers' wynd 
Edmonds, H. S., 2 Garthland street 
Pairlie, Robert, 9 Moss street 
Ferguson, John, 30 Cotton street 
Foulds. Andrew, 162 George street 

*Foulds, Andrew, & Son, 4 and 5 Abbey 
street 
Foulds, Rodger, 29 Causeyside 

*Foulds, William & Co. (Ltd)., School 
wynd and 24 George street 
Galbraith, Charles, 64 and 65 George 

street and 19 Maxwellton street 
Gardner, Robert, 11 Williamsburgh 
Gemmell, Matthew, 14 Broomlands 
Hamilton, Geo., 105 George street 
Hart, Mrs. Archibald, 3 St. James st. 
Hart, W., 62 Storie street 
Hart, Robert, 1 Carriagehill 

*Harvey, James, & Co. (Ltd), 15 King 
street, Saucel 
Harvey, Robert, jun.,23 Williamsburgh 
Hendry, Robert, 12 Old Sneddon 
Hislop, Alex , 10 Moss street 
Holmes, Matthew, 72 Broomlands 
Hood, James, 28 Back Sneddon 
Hood, Thomas, Todholm cottage 
Hood, Thomas, 15 Lawn street 
Hunter, Alex., 32 George street 
Hunter, Joseph, 120 George street 
Johnstone, James, 36 Ferguslie 
Kelly, Adam, 2 St. James street 
Kerr, Mrs., 7 Glen street 
Killin, Alex., 26 Gauze street 
Kirkwood, James, 21 Broomlands 
Laudess, Robert, 20 George street 
Lang, John, sen., 110 George street 
Lang, John, sen., 78 High street 
Lang, John, jun., 20 Broomlands 
Lauder, Thomas, 38 Moss street 
Lawrie, Thos. H,, 24 and 25 Moss st. 
Lawson, Mrs. Jno., 85 Causeyside 
Lochhead, Mrs. Archibald, 7 Wallueuk 

*Logan, Alexander, 20 Old Sneddon 
Marshall, James, 47 Moss street, 80 

Broomlands, and 9 Gauze street 
Meikle, James, 27 New Sneddon 
Milne, Peter, 13 High street 
Mitchell, .John, 11 High street 
Mitchell, William, 19 Carriagehill 
Moncrieff, John, 30 Ferguslie 
Monro, Adam J., 21 Moss street 



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203 



Morris, Mrs., 5 Old Sneddon 
Morrison, Alexander, 13 Moss street 
Morrison, James, 7 Love street 
Muir, Joseph, 20 Abbey street 
Munro, Alexander, 19 Wellmeadow 
M 'Alpine, T., 6 New Sneddon 
M'Bride, S., 1 Silk street 
M'Colgan, Mrs. John, 16 Gauze street 
M'Orossan, F. W., 68 Canal street 
*Macfarlane & Co., 29 Lady lane 
Macfarlane, Mrs , 29 Lady lane 
M'Ghee, Thomas, 3 Orchard street 
M'Gee, John, 87 Canal street and 8 

Wardrop street 
M'Ghee, Patrick, 13 Old Sneddon 
M'Glade, William, 43 Moss street 
M'Glade, Joseph, 14 Cotton street 
M'Gregor, Charles, 9 North Croft 
M'Innes, John, 37 Ferguslie 
M'Intyre, Mrs. A., 37 Causeyside 
M'Kean, James, & Son, 63 Causeyside 

and 50 Love street 
M'Kean, Agnes, 75 Broomlands 
M'Kean, Margaret F., 100 George st. 
M'Kechnie, Joseph, 10 Old Smithhills 
M'Kechnie, William, 15 Gilmour street 
MacKellar, Matthew H., 35 High street 
M'Kenna, Peter, jun., 25 New street 
M'Kenzie, Hector, 48 High street 
M'Lachlan, John, 70 Broomlands 
M'Lay, James, 5 and 6 Old Smithhills 
M'Lean, John, 1 Gauze street 
M'Leod, Mrs. Mary, 14 Neilston road 
M'Leod, Robt. C.,7 Renfrew street 
M'Nab, Mrs. Agnes, 26 Carriagehill 
Neilson, Alexander, 2 New Sneddon 
Noble, Robt., 6 Cotton street 
O'Neill, James, 12 Saucel 
Park, Mrs., 12 St. James place 
Paterson, Alexander, 56 Broomlands 
Paterson, Wm., 162 George street 
Paxton, Matthew, & Sons, 95 Causey- 
side 
Pollock, William, 52 High street 
Richmond, James, 44 Old Sneddon 
Risk, Mrs. James, 88 Canal street 
Robertson, Peter, 1 and 2 Orchard st. 

and 18 Causeyside 
Scott, Thomas, 23 Lawn street 
Sharkey, John O'H., Terrace tavern, 

109 High street 
Shearer, Wm., 43 New street 
Simpson, Samuel, Tannahill's Rest, 25 

Carriagehill 
Stevenson, Allan, 5 Broomlands 



Stevenson, Charles, 5 New street 
Stevenson, Mrs., 22 New Smithhills 
Stewart, G. P., 22 Gauze street 
Stewart, Robert, 8 Orchard street 
Stirling, Samuel, 2 Wellmeadow 
Taylor, Janet, Moss-side, Greenock 

road 
Thomson, Mrs. David, 65 Love street 
Thomson, Mrs. A., Couuty Hotel, 

County place 
Tyre, George, 3 George street 
Virtue, John, 148 George street 
Waddell, E., 78 Canal street 
Walker, James, 16 Broomlands 
Watson, James, 19 Causeyside 
Weddell, Mrs. George, 28 Wellmeadow 
Welsh, James, 39 Stock street 
Whammond, James, 10 Caledonia st. 
White, Peter C, 10 George street 
Wilson, Archibald, 56 Causeyside 
Wilson, Thomas, 1 Mossvale lane 
Wood, Alexander, 6 High street 
Young, James, 19 Abbey street 

^ood Itlercliants. 

Allison, David, 49 Love street 
Allison, William, Victoria Saw Mills, 23 

Love street 
Armstrong & M'Nair, 15 St. James st. 
Barr, James, 45 and 46 Causeyside 
Browning, Alex., jun., 10 West Buchanan 

street 
Bryce, James, & Sons, 10 Hunter street 
Clark, John, & Co., Wallneuk Saw Mills, 

12 Wallneuk 
Cochrane & Keith, 67 Love street 
Craig, Alexander, 27 Back Sneddon 
Crawford, P. & A., Thistle works, 

South Croft 
Dunlop, James, 11 lucle street 
Fairlie, Alex., 8 Castle street 
Highgate, John, & Co., Caledonia Saw 

Mills, Murray street and Baltic Saw 

Mills, Macdowall street 
Lee, Robert, 11 and 12 St. James st. 
Moir, James, 32 High street 
M'Kay, D. A., 25 Abbey street 
M'Farlane, Malcolm, Wallneuk Saw 

Mills 
M'Naughton, Alex., 6 New Smithhills 
Paton, Robert, Espedair works, Causey- 
side 
Young, John, &Co., Burgh Saw Mills, 

Caledonia street 



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PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 



"Wood Turners. 

Barr, Joho, Mossvale Works 

Clark, R. G., Greenbill Works, 1 Greea- 

hil] road 
Crawford, P. & A., Thistle Works, 

South Croft 

"Wrights and Joiners. 

Aitken, Thomas, 36 Stock street 
Armstrong & M'Nalr, 15 St. James 

street 
Baird, James, 24 High street 
Barr, Hugh, Espedair street 
Barr, James, 45 aud 46 Causeyside 
Beveridge, William, 7 Seedhill road 
Black, John K , 33 Glen street 
Boyd, James, & Sons, Macdowall 

street 
Brown David, Whitehaugh 
Browniug, Alex., jun.,10 West Buchanan 

street 
Bryce, James, & Sons, 10 Hunter 

street 
Bryce, Mrs. James, 3 Mansion-house rd. 
Buchanan, George, 14 Howie street 
Calderwood, James, 1 Espedair 
Clark, John, & Co., Wallneuk Saw Mills, 

12 Wallneuk 
Cochrane & Keith, 67 Love street 
Comrie, John, & Sou, 90 George st. 
Craig, Alexander, 27 Back Sneddon 
Craig, David, 8 Garthland lane 
Craig & Wilson, 30 Orchard street 
Crawford, James, 4 Sir Michael street 
Dobson, David, 3 East lane, Williams- 
burgh 
Dunlop, James, 11 Incle street 
Easdon, H., 101 Causeyside 
Erskine, Andrew, 2 Lady lane 
Ewing, Stewart, 20 Lawn street 
Farquhar, James, 6 Phillips street 
Gemmell, Andrew, 2 Brown street 
Girdwood, R., 28 Broomlands 
Houston, G. & T., 5 Maxwellton street 
IngHs, John, 51 High street 
Keith, Alexander, 3 Thread street 
Kilpatrick, John, & Sou, 16 Abbey st. 
Knox, William T., 39 Gordon's lane 
Lang, Matthew, M'Gown street 
Lee, Robert, 12 St. James street 
Lithgow, J. D., 17 St. James street 
Moir, James, 32 High street 
M 'Arthur, John, 3 West Buchanan st. 
M'Culloch, James, 42 New street 
M'Fadyen, Angus, Colinslee 



M'Innes, J. & W., Chivering^ street 
Mackay, D. A., 25 Abbey street 
M'Lean, Charles, East Buchanan street 
M'Naughtan, Alex., 6 New Smithhills 
M'Neil, George, 32 High street 
Paton, John, 12 Seedhill road 
Pratt, David, 30 Gauze street 
Reid, James, 35 and 36 Gordon's lane 
Small, James, Cart lane 
Stevenson, Walter, 23 Back Sneddon 
Stewart, Andrew, 96 George street 
Urie, Matthew, Laighpark 
Wilson, Daniel, 48 High street 
Young, Hugh, 11 Carriagehill 
Wood, G,, & Co., 15 Causeyside 

"Writers. 

Adam, John, 5 County place 
Bowie, William, 95 High street 
Brown, W., jun., 97 High street 
Caldwell, Ja., Muir, & Caldwell, County 

Buildings, St. James street 
Cunningham, J. & A., 9 High street 
Dickie, Dugald D., Masonic Buildings, 

96 High street 
Duun, Jas. H., & Allison, Union Bank 

Buildings, 3a Gilmour street 
Gardner, James, 3 County place 
Hart, Abercrombie, & Lang, 23 Moss 

street 
Hay, R. Blair, B.L., 14 Moss street 
Hogg, Jno., 13 Moss street 
Houston, David, 97 High street 
Johnstone, James F., 8 Gilmour street 
Kerr & Finlator, 12 High street 
Lang, Benjamin, 94 High street 
Morrison, David A., 97 High street 
M'Allister, Alex., 48 Moss street 
M'Inues, Mackenzie, & Lochhead, 7 

Gilmour street 
Macnair & Crawford, 12 High street 
M'Naughton, Lochhead, & M'Callum, 95 

High street 
M'Nish, John, 9 Moss street 
MacRobert, Son, & Hutchison, County 

Buildings, Love street 
Pattison, John, 23 Moss street 
Reid & Donaldson, 12 Causeyside 
Reids & Campbell, 3 County place 
Russell, R. & T., 7 High street 
Scott, James Millar, 99 High street 
Semple, David, & Cochran, 16 Gilmour at. 
Smith, Thornton Gow, 16 Moss street 
Stevenson, Robert, 99 High street 
Towers, Thos. P., 12 St. Mirren street 



TRADES AND PROFESSIONS. 



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Walker, Thomas, Municipal buildings 
Walker, William, Burgh Fiscal, Muni- 
cipal buildings 
Young, Jas. A., Municipal buildings 
Young & Martin, Municipal buildings 

Yarn and Sills Merchants, 
and Agents. 

Barr, Stirrat, & Co., 110 Causeyside 
Brown, William, jun., & Co., 107 

Causeyside 
Cochran, Robert, & Co., 15 Causeyside 



Fleming, Reid, & Co., Ltd., 10 St.Mirren 

street 
Greenlees, A. & J. W., 13 Causeyside 
Millar, James, & Son, 106 Causeyside 
M'Phail, Hugh, 37 Storie street 
Merino Mill Yarn Store (Greenock) — 

branch 10 St. Mirreu street 
Pollock & Co., 6 Forbes place 
Symington, J. M., 7 and 8 Forbes pi. 
Thomson, Archibald, 4 Greenlaw ave. 
Thomson, J. & J., 1 Causeyside 
Walsh, William, 110 Causeyside 



Robert Hay & Son, 

10 HIOH STREET 

(THE CROSS) . 

Account Books of all kinds made to order. 
Duplicate Order Books of all kinds. 
Letter Books. . . . 

Invoice Tops, Noteheadings, Memorandums, &c. 
An excellent assortment of Counting House 
Requisites always on hand. 

Type Writing Papers and Materials of all 
kinds. 



SPECIALITIES, 

NOTEPAPER and ENVELOPES, stamped with Crest, 
Monogram, or Address, in newest styles. 

VISITING CARDS, Engraved, Printed, or Embossed. 

MENU CARDS, DANCE PROGRAMMES. 

MEMORIAL CARDS, FUNERAL LETTERS, &c. 

MOURNING STATIONERY. 

ENGRAVING B**3SS Name Plates of all kinds. Arms, Crests, 
==^= Cyphers, &c., on Gold and Silver Plate. 

PRINTING Circulars, Price Lists, Address Labels, Gummed 
Labels, &c., &c. 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 

APPENDIX. 



]STTX£GrII OF F.A.XSX.E:-Sr. 

Population according to the Census of 1891, 66,407. 

Population according to the Census of 1881, 55 ,581. 

Population fstimated at middle of year 1899, 76,884. 

Increase during the past decade, 10,769. Increase during the former decade, 7,330. 

Member of Parliament— ^is WILLIAM DUNN, Bart. Elected 1st June, 1891. 
PAELIAMENTARY CONSTITUENCY— 1898-99. 



Ist or Ferguslie Ward 1101 

2nd or Castlehead Ward, , 1330 

3rd or St. George's Ward, 1583 

4th or Oakshaw Ward, 1235 



5th or St. James' Ward, 1740 

6th or Ahercorn Ward, 939 

7th or Ahhey Ward, 1695 

8th or Espedair Ward, 823 



Total, 10,446, 

MUNICIPAL CONSTITUENCY— 1898-99. 
Male Voters, ... 10,446. — Female Voters, ... 2129. = Total, ... 12,375. 

» 
Parliamentary Ward Boundaries. 

FIRST or FERGUSLIE WARD.— All within a line drawn as follows, viz :— From a point on the 
east side of Chain road 30 feet or thereby to the west of North Brediland Farm steading at the 
junction of the Parliamentary boundaries on the south and west of the Burgh northward along 
the Parliamentary boundary of the Burgh to a point in the centre of Blackstoun road to the 
east of the southern extremity of South Candren Farm steading thence south-eastward along 
the centre of Blackstoun road to its junction with King street thence south-eastward and south- 
ward along King street and Queen street to a point in the centre of George street opposite the 
southern extremity of Queen street thence westward along the centre of George street to a 
point in the centre of that street where it is intersected by Maxwelltoa street thence southward 
and eastward along the centre of Maxwelltou street, Maxwellton road, and Meikleriggs road to a 
point in Meikleriggs road where it intersects the Parliamentary boundary of the burgh thence 
westward along the said Parliamentary boundary to the point tirst described. 

SECOND or CASTLEHEAD WARD.— All within a line drawn as follows viz :-From a point 
in the centre of Meikleriggs road where it intersects the Parliamentary boundary of the Burgh 
northward and westward along the centre of said load, Maxwellton road, and Maxwellton street 
to a point in the centre of George street where it is intersected by Maxwellton street thence 
eastward along the centre of George street to Ralston square thence southward along the centre 
of Ralston square to Canal street thence eastward along the centre of Canal street to a point in 
the centre of Causeyside street opposite the eastern extremity of Canal street thence southward 
along the centre of Causeyside street, Neilston street, Lylesland, Carriagehiil, and Neilston 
road to a point where said road intersects the Parliamentary boundary of the Burgh at Potter- 
hill and thence north-westward along the Parliamentary boundary of the Burgh to the point 
first described 

THIRD or ST. GEORGE'S WARD.— All within a line drawn as follows, viz :— From a point in 
the centre of George street opposite the southern extremity of Queen street northward along the 
centre of Queen street to a point in Broomlands street opposite the northern extremity of 
Queen street thence eastward along the centre of Broomlands street, VVellmeadow street, and 
High sti'eet to a point opposite the northern extremity of St. Mirren street thence southward 
along the centre of St. Mirren street and Causeyside street to a point in Causeyside street 
opposite the eastern extremity of Canal street thence westward along the centre of Canal street 
to Ralston square thence northward along the centre of Ralston square to George street thence 
westward along the centre of George street to the point first described. 

FOURTH or OAKSHAW WARD.— All within aline drawn as follows, viz :— From a poinf, in 
the centre of Broomlands street at its junction with King street thence north-westward along the 
centre of King street to a point in the centre of Blackstoun road at its junction with King street 
thence north-eastward along the centre of Blackstoun road to its junction with Mackenzie street 
thence a'ong the centre of Mackenzie street to its junction with Greenhill road thence south- 
eastward along the centre of Greenhill road to its junction with Underwood road thence east- 
waxd along the centre of Underwood road and St. James street thence (crossing the junction of 



208 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 

Love street and St. James place) eastward along the centre of Maxwell street and Hospital lane 
thence (crossing New Sneddon street) eastward along the centre of Harbour lane to a point in 
the River Cart opposite said lane thence southward along the medium filum of said river to the 
centre of St. James bridge thence westward along the centre of High street, Wellmeadow street, 
and Broomlands street to the point first described. 

FIFTH or ST. JAMES WARD.— All within a line drawn as follows, viz : — Fiom a point in the 
centre of Blackstoun road to the east of South Candren Fai-m steading where said road intersects 
the Parliamentary boundary of the Burgh thence northward and eastward along the Parlia- 
mentary boundary of the Burgh to a point in the centre of the Kiver Cart where it is intersected by 
said boundary thence southward along the medium, filum of said river to a point opposite the 
eastern extremity of Harboirr lane thence Avestward along Harbour lane thence (crossing New 
Sneddon street) westward along the centre of Hospital lane and Maxwell street thence (crossing 
the junction of Love street and St. James place) westward along the centre of St. James street 
and Underwood road to Its junction with Greenhillroad thence north-westward along the centi-e 
of Greenhill road to its junction with Mackenzie street thence westward along Mackenzie 
street to its junction with Blackstoun road thence southward and westward along the cen- 
tre of Blackstoun road to the point first described. 

SIXTH or ABEBCOBN WARD. — All within aline drawn as follows, viz : — From a point in the 
centre of th« River Cart immediately beneath the centre line of St. James bridge thence northward 
s}ongt\\e, medium filum of said river to a point where it is intersected by the Parliamentary 
boundary of the Burgh to the south of Abbotsbm-n thence north-eastward and south-eastward 
along said boundary to a point in the centre of Glasgow road where said boundary intersects the 
road to the eastward of Barshaw East Lodge thence M^estward along the centre of said road, 
Williamsburgh, Gaithland street, Gauze street; and Smithhills street to the point first described. 

SEVENTH or ABBEY WARD. — All within a line drawn as follows, viz .-—From a point in the 
centre of the River Cart where it is intersected by the Parlianif-ntary boundary of the Burgh 
near Hawkhead lilills north-westward along the medium filum of said river to the centre of St. 
James bridge thence eastward along Smithhills street. Gauze street, Garthland street, Williams- 
burgh, and Glasgow road to a point in the centre of said road where it is intersected by the Par- 
liamentary boundary of the Burgh to the eastward of Barshaw East Lodge thence south-east- 
ward and south- westM'ard along said boundary to the point first described. 

EIGHTH or ESPEDAIR WARD. — All within aline drawn as follows, viz: — From a point in 
centre of Neilston road at Potterhill where said road is intersected by the Parliamentary boun- 
dary of the Bui-gh northward along the centre of said road, Carriagehill, Lylesland, Neilston 
street, Causeyside street, and St. Mirren street to a point in the centre of High .•■treet opposite the 
northern extremity of St. Mirren street thence eastward along the centre of High street to the 
centre of St, James bridge thence south -eastAvard along the medium filum of the River Cart to a 
point where it is intersected by the Parliamentary boundary thence south -westward along said 
boundary to the point first described. 

MAGISTRATES AND TOWN COUNCIL. 

WHO ARE ALSO 

POLICE COMMISSIONERS, WATER and GAS COMMISSIONERS, ROAD TRUSTEES, 

CART NAVIGATION TRUSTEES, &c. 

1 8 9 S - 9 9 . 



Members of Council. 

FIRST WARD — Alexander Smith, John Bryce, Robert Adam. 

SECOND WARD — Robert Paton, William Souden, Henry Baird. 

THIRD WARD — John Galbraith, David Wilson, William Russell. 

FOURTH WARD — James Clark, Andrew Fisher, John Andrews. 

FIFTH WARD — Archd. Mackenzie, David T. Hutchison, William Brown. 

SIXTH WARD — Peter Eadie, John Mathieson, James Donald. 

SEVENTH WARD — Joseph Allison, John Kent, D. D. Dickie. 

EIGHTH WARD — John Nicolson, William S. Leitch, Robert K. Bell. 

Magistrates. 

Peovost — ARCHIBALD MACKENZIE. Tkeasuker — JOHN MATHIESON. 

B»TTT,.c f ALEXANDER SMITH. JOHN NICOLSON. JOSEPH ALLISON. 

iiAiLiES — -^ JOHN GALBRAITH. DAVID T. HUTCHISON. DAVID WILSON. 

Parks and Fountain Gardens Committee. 

Robert Paton {Convener) , A^dtxev,' Fisher (Deputy-Convener), Sir Thomas Glen-Coats, Bart., 
Bailies Galbraith, Nicolson, and Allison, Councillors Donald, Leitch, and Bell. 

TJiree a quorum. 
Stated Meetings of Committee on the Tuesday after the first Monday of February, and every 

second month thereafter. 



APPENDIX. 209 



George A. Clark Town Halls Gommittee. 

Stewart Claek {Hon. Member), James Claek (Convener), Bailie Nicolson (Deputy- Convener), 
Bailies Galbbaith and Wilson, John Brtce and Andrew Fisher. 
Three a quorum. 
Meetings held on the first Monday of each month. 
The Provost is an ex-officlo Member of both Committees. 
Town Clerks — David Young and Francis Martin. 
Town Chamberlain — Robert Thomson. Burgh Fiscal — William Walker. 

Master of Works — James Lee. Gas Manager — G. R. Hislop. 

Auditor of Accounts — J. Balderston Whyte. Electrical Engineer — Francis Teague. 
Burgh Assessor — James Reith. 
Inspector, under " Contagious Diseases (Animals) Act " — Andrew M'Geoch. 

COMMISSIONERS OF THE BURGH. ^._.: 

Under '* The Burgh Police (Scotland) Act, 1892." 

The Magistrates and Council of the Burgh. £ight a quorum. 

And "Local Authority" under "The Public Health (Scotland) Act, 1897," and "The Sale of 

Food and Drugs Act, 1875." 
[ 27ie Members of the Police Commission are the same as those of the Toum Council. ] 

Standing Committees. 

PAVING, NEW BUILDINGS, AND STREET IMPROVEMENTS COMMITTEE. 

Bailie Allison (Convener), Councillor Dickie (Sub-Convener), Bailies Galbi'aith and Hutchison, 

The Burgh Treasurer, Councillors James Donald, J. Andrews, and John Kent. Four a quorum, 

LIGHTING, WATCHING, AND FIRE ENGINES COMMITTEE. 

Councillor Souden (Convener), Councillor Adam (Sub- Convener), Bailie Nicolson, Councillors 

Clark, Fisher, Donald, Eadie, Bell, and Bryce. Four a quorum, 

DRAINAGE, CLEANSING, AND SLAUGHTER-HOUSE; ALSO, PUBLIC HEALTH. 

Bailie Wilson (Convener), Councillor Paton (Sub- Convener), Bailies Smith, Nicolson, and Allison, 

The Burgh Treasm-er, and Councillors Leitch, Clark, Brown, Adam, Baird, Russell, Kent, 

Dickie, and Bell. Five a Quorum. 

STABLE COMMITTEE. 

Councillor Leitch (Convener), Councillor Bryce (Sub-Convener), Bailies Smith and Wilson, 

Councillors Clark and Adam. Three a quorum. 

PUBLIC BATHS. 

Bailie Smith (Convener), Bailie Nicolson (Sub-Convener), Bailies Galbraith and Wilson, 

Councillors Fisher and Russell. Th7'ee a quorum. 

FINANCE AND ASSESSMENTS. 

The whole of the Commissioners, The Burgh Treasurer (Convener) and Councillor Clark 

Sub-Convener. Four a quorum. 

APPEALS. 

The whole of the Commissioners, The Burgh Treasurer (Convener) and Councillor Clark 

Sub- Convener. Seven a quorum. 

Thomas Walker, Clerk to the Commissioners and Local Authority, and Clerk and Assessor of 

Police and Dean of Guild Courts. 

William Walker, Burgh Prosecutor. James Lee, Burgh Surveyor. 

Surgeon and Medical Officer at present vacant. 

WHMscm Dxxncwa, Chief-Constable and Inspector of Lighting. 

William W. Kelso, Sanitary Inspector, Inspector of Cleansing, Inspector of Food and Drugs, 

and Inspector of Common Lodging-Bouses. 

Arthur M'Naughtan, Superintendent of Fire Brigade. 

John M'Luskie, Superintendent of Slaughter- House. 

James Ferguson, Keeper of the Public Baths. 

An Ordinary Meeting of the Commissioners to be held on the Second Monday of every Month, 
at Seven o'clock p.m.; and an Audited Account of Receipts and Expenditure for the year ending 
15th May to be laid before a Meeting on the second Tuesday in July, yearly. 

The Rates of Assessments for the year 1898-99 are— 

Burgh General Assessment.— At 8^d. per £1 when rented or valued under £3; Is. Ofd. per 
£1 at £3 and under £5 ; and Is. 5d. per £1 at £5 and upwards. 

General Improvement Rate. — ^d. on Landlord and ^d. on Tenant. 

Assessment in Lieu op Pett? Customs.— At 2-16ths per £1 when rented or valued under 
JE3 ; at 3-16ths per £1 at £3 and under £5 ; and 5-16ths per £1 at £5 and upwards. 

The Assessment under the Public Health Act is If d. per £ on Landlord and If d. per £ on Tenant. 

O 



210 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 



When the fractional part of £1 of the assessable yearly rent or value of Lands or Premises 
does not amount to 10s., it is not assessed at all ; and when such fractional pai't amounts to or 
exceeds 10s., it is assessed as £1. 

The following Lands or Premises are assessed on one-fourth of their annual value entered in 
the "Valuation Roll, viz.:— 

1. All Lands or Premises used exclusively as a Canal or Basin of a Canal, or Towing-path for 
the same, or as a Railway constructed under the powers of any Act of Parliament for public 
conveyance, excepting the Stations, Depots, and Buildings, which are assessable to the same 
extent as other Lands and Premises within the Police Bounds. 

2. All the Underground Gas and Water Pipes or Undergi'ound Works of any Gas or Water 
Company. 

3. All Woodland, Arable, Meadow, or Pasture Ground, or other Ground used for Agricultural 
purposes. 



CART 

John Andrews, Chairman. 
James Fullerton, Dep.-G'rman. 
Bailie Smith. 



TRUSTEES. 

Andrew Fisher. 
Robert Adam. 
James H. Young. 



NAVIGATION 

Bailie Hutchison. 

„ Allison. 
Robert Paton. 
Finance Committee. 

The whole of the Trustees. 

Chauman, Convener. Three a quorum. 

Works Committee. 

The Avhole of the Trustees. 

Dep. -Chairman, Convener. Five a quorum. 

Meetings of Trustees held on the second Wednesday of every Month , at Five o'clock p.m. 

Fire Brigade. 

Fire Engiiie Statioji— J ohvston Street. 

Arthur M'Naughtan, Superinte^ident, Fire Brigade station. 

James Wilson, Assistant-Superintendent, Fire Brigade station. 



Thos. M'Lean, Engineer, Fire Brigade station. 
David RoUo, Engineer, Do. 

Hugh Peebles, Branchman, Do. 

Robert Kelso, Branchman, Do. 

James Mair, Branchman, Do. 

Donald Currie. Fireman, Do. 



John Hunter. Fireman, Fire Brigade station. 
Alexander Todd, Do. 

James M'Naughtan, Do. 

Robert Docherty, Fireman, 6 Moss street. 
Archibald M'Millan, Fireman, 3 Moss street, 
i John Bell, 10 Orchard street. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.— Paisley District. 



Allison, Robert, Castlehead. 
Baird, William, manufacturer. 
Balderston, A. W., Belgrave 

lodge, Rishopton. 
Balderston, R,, Blackball, 

Paisley 
Bow, William, shipbuilder, 

Paisley. 
Brown, AndreAV, Renfrew. 
Brown, A. M., Gryffe castle. 

Bridge of Weir. 
Bro-mi, John A,, Moredun. 
Brown, Geo. H., 7 Hughenden 

terrace, Kelvinside, Glasgow. 
Cairns, Alex. Glencairn, Paisley 
Clark, James, Chapel house 
Clark, Stewart, Kilnside. 
Coats, James, New York. 
Cochrane, John, Barrhead. 
Cowan, James, Ross Hall. 
Craig, A. F., Dykebar, Paisley. 
Cross, David, Ingleston, Bishop- 
ton 
Dobie, George, Castlehead 
Donald, James F., Johnstone. 
Donaldson, Jas., Almond villa, 

Renfrew. 
Drybrough, James, Aj-kleston, 

Paisley 
Dunlop, H. B., Arthurlie. 
Dunlop, R., of Kerse, Arthurlie. 



Dunn, Sir William, Bart., M.P., 
London 

Eadie, P., Wakefield, Paisley. 

Ferguson, James Alexander, 
Deanside. 

Finlayson, A. W.. Kilbarchan. 

Fleminer, W. Y., Engineer, 
Paisley. 

Fiillarton, Alex., Fordbank, 
Millikenpark. 

Fullerton, John, Garthland 
place. Paisley 

Glen-Coats, Sir Thomas, Bart., 
of Ferguslie Park. 

Graham,Thomas,M.D.. Paisley. 

Hamilton, Geo.,of Blackland. 

Heys, Z. H., Barrhead. 

Heys, Z. John, Ban-head. 

Hodgart, John, Linsburn, Pais- 
ley. 

Houstoun, Jas., KinningPark. 

Johnston, J,, Beauchamp house. 

King, R.. Levernholm, Hurlet. 

Lang, jun., John, Springfield, 
Johnstone. 

Logan, John, Calside. 

Malloch, J., The Glen, Elder slie. 

Masson, George, Glenbank cot- 
tage, Rothesay. 

Millar, John, Eastknowe. 

Murdoch, Thomas, Ranfurly, 



Bridge of Weir. 

The Sheriff-Depute and Sheriff-Substitutes of Renfrewshire, and 

Paisley, for the time being. 



Mure, Wm., of Caldwell 
M'Cailum, J. M., soap manu- 
facturer. 
Macgregor, J. R., Lonend. 
MacKean, James A., Calside. 
MacKean, James A.D., Paisley. 
MacKean, Wm. Muir, Milton 

house. Paisley. 
M'Kenzie, Arch., Millikenpark. 
M'Kenzie, Daniel, Murray st.. 

Paisley. 
M'Nab, John, Howwood. 
Orr, Robt., Crofthead, Neiiston 
Pollok - Fergusson, William, 

Pollok castle. 
Poison, John, of Thomly. 
Renshaw,C.B.,M.P.Glenpatrick 
Ross. James,' banker. 
Shanks, William, Johnstone. 
Smiley, H. H., Gallowhill, 

Paisley 
Speirs, A. A., of Elderslie. 
Stevenson, Hugh, yr., of 

Hawkhead. 
Stevenson, William, Hawkhead 

house. 
Veitch, George Seton, banker. 
Watson, Robert, Newfield 

house, Johnstone 
Wilson, David, Castlehead. 
Wilson, Robert, Manswi'aes. 
Wright, Daniel, Renfrew, 
the Provost and Magistrates of 



APPENDIX. 211 



Coxnxnissary Court. 

Sheriff Court-house, St. James street. 

Held every Thursday at Eleven o'clock Forenoon. 

Commissary— Sir John Cheyne, Q.C. Commissary-Depute— A. E. Henderson. 

Clerk— J. M. Lochhead, Sheriff Clerk. 

Sheriff Clerk Deputes — W. Brown, James Gardner, and T. Gow Smith. 

O^ce— Sheriff Court House. 



Ordinary Sheriff Court. 

Sheriff Court House, St. James Street. Sits every Tuesday during Session. 

Sheriff— Sh- John Cheyne, Q.C. Sheriff-Substitute— A. E. Henderson. 

Sheriff-Clerk— Joseph M. Lochhead. 

Depute Sheriff-Clerks William Brown, James Gardner, and T. Gow Smith. 

Auditor of Accounts —Wi\]ia.m. Brown. 



Certain Debts Recovery Court and Sheriff Small Debt Court. 

Sheriff Court House, St. James Street. 

Held every Thursday at Eleven o'clock during Session. 

Sheriff-Clerk— J ose-ph M'Leod Lochhead. 

Depute-Clerks-Wm. Brown, Jas. Gardner, and T. Gow Smith. Bar Officer— C. H. Johnston. 



Justice of the Peace Court. 

Court House, County buildings, Love street. Held every Friday at Eleven o'clock forenoon. 

Justice of Peace Clerk— John P. Fyfe. Depute-Clerk— Thomas MacRohert, jun. 
Fiscal— John Abercrombie. Depute-Fiscal— John M. Lang. Bar Officer— C. H. Johnston. 

Court of Quarter Sessions. 

Quarterly Meetings are held in the Town Hall, Renfrew, on the first Tuesdays of March, 

' May, and August, and the last Tuesday of October. 

LICENSING MEETINGS held thii-d Tuesday of April and last Tuesda,y of October. 

Sheriff Officers. 

C. H. Johnston & M'Laren, 23 School wynd, interim Bar Officers of the Sheriff Court. 

W. Douglas Hendry, 4 Moss street; also a messenger-at-arms. 

Joseph Morrison, 12 Hunter street. 



Justice of Peace Constables. 

Charles H. Johnston. 23 School wynd. W. D. Hendry, 4 Moss street, 

William Bulloch, 7 Old Sneddon. William Scott, 12 Hunter street. Henry Sale, 12 Hunter street. 

Burgh, Dean of Guild, and Police Courts. 

A Police Court is held every lawful day, at Ten o'clock Forenoon ; a Dean of Guild Court is 
held on the first and third Wednesdays of each month, at Twelve o'Clock Noon ; and 
Burgh Court, is held when necessary. 

Clerks to the Burgh Court — David Young and Francis Martin. 

Clerk to the Police and Dean of Guild Courts —Thoma,s Walker. 

Procurator Fiscal— William Walker 

Town Council Officer. 

Alexander Goudie, Municipal Buildings. 

Inspectors of Weights and Measures. 

County of Renfrew— William Clark, 40 Old Sneddon. 
Burgh of Faislex— William T. Fisher, 81 New Sneddon. 



212 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 



POST OFFICE, COUNTY SQUARE. 

Postmaster, J. Macmastee. Chief Clerk, J. Copland. 

General StaflF: — 2 Clerks, 16 Sorting Clerks and Telegraphists (including 6 Female do.), 
27 Town Postmen, 19 Auxiliary Postmen, 4 Rural Postmen, 2 Telegraph Linemen and 19 
Telegraph Messengers. 

Office opens on week days for Post Office and Telegraph business from 7 a.m. till 9 p.m., and 
on Sundays ft'om 9 a.m. till 10 a.m. and from 5 to 6 p.m. for Telegrams only, but the letter box 
remains open as on other days. 

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. 




Ayr 

Beith 

Bishopton, 

Carlisle, 

Dairy, 

Edinburgh, 

Glasgow, 



Glengarnock, " ..TTTT: . . .~. 

Greenock and the Coast, . 

Ireland, North and South, . 

Johnstone, 

Kilmarnock, 

Kilbirnie, 

Linwood, 

Lochwinnoch, 

London and Foreign, 

North of England, 

North of Scotland, 

Port-Glasgow, 

Kenfrew, 

South of England, 

South of Scotland, 

West Highlands, 



5.30 a.m., 2.15 p.m., 5 p.m. 

5.30, 10.45 a.m., 4 p.m. 

6.45 a.m., 1 and 4 p.m. 

5, 6, 9.45 p.m. 

5.30, 8.35, 10.45 a.m., 4 p.m. 

4.0 and 11 a.m., 4.10 and 8 
p.m. 

4.0, 8.35, 10.45 a.m.; 1, 3, 4.10, 
5, 6, 7.30, 8, 8.40, and 10.45 
p.m. 

5.30 a.m., 3 p.m. 

5.30, 8.30 a.m. ; 1, 2, 3, 6.30, 
11.15 p.m. 

5 and 9.45 p.m. 
' 4, 5.30 a.m.; 1. 4, & 6.30 p.m. 
I 10.45 a.m.; 5.15 and 10.45 p.m. 

5.30 a.m., 3 p.m. 
j 6.45 a.m., 3.45 p.m. 
I 5.30 a.m.; 1 and 4 p.m. 
i 5, 6, and 9.45 p.m. 

4, 6, 8, and 9.45 p.m. 

10.45 a.m., 7.30 and 8.40 p.m. 

12.15, 3, and 6.30 p.m. 

5.30 a.m.; 1, 5, and 10.45 p.m. 

5, 6, 8, and 9.45 p.m. 

10.45 a.m.; 3, 6, 8, and 9.45 p.m. 
8.30 a.m., 11.15 p.m. 



Delivekt in Paisley. 



6.45 a.m., 1.45 and 7.20 p.m. 
6.45 a.m , 1.45 and 4 p.m. 
6.45 a.m., 1.45 and 7.20 p.m. 
6.45 a.m., 4 and 7.20 p.m. 
6.45 a.m., 1.45 and 7.20 p.m. 
6.45 a.m., 4 and 7.20 p.m. 

6.45 and 10.45 a.m., 1.45, 4, and 
7.20 p.m. 

6.45 a.m., 4 and 7.20 p.mi 

6.45 and 10.45 a.m., 1.45, 4, and 

7.20 p.m. 
6.45 and 10.45 a.m., 7.20 p.m. 
6.45 a.m.; 1.45, 4, and 7.20 p.m. 
6.45 a.m., 1.45 and 7.20 p.m. 
6.45 a.m., 4 and 7.20 p.m. 
1.45 and 7.20 p.m. 
6.45 a.m., 1.45 and 7.20 p.m. 
6.45 and 1C.45 a.m. ,4 and 7.20 p.m. 
6.45 a.m., 4 and 7.20 p.m. 
6.45 a.m., 1.45 and 7.20 p.m. 
6.45 a.m., 1.45 and 7.20 p.m. 
6.45 a.m., 4 and 7.20 p.m. 
6.45 and 10.46 a.m., 4 & 7.20 p.m. 
6.45 and 10.45 a.m., 4 & 7.20p.m. 
10.45 a.m., and 1.45 & 7.20 p.m. 



Sunday Mails. 

Despatch of letters, &c., for London, England, Foreign Countries, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Ireland, 
Port Glasgow, Ayrshire, &c., 5 p.m. ; Greenock, 8.30 a.m. and 5 p.m. 

Delivery of letters to callers (from London, England, Foreign Countries, Glasgow, Edin- 
burgh, Greenock, Port-Glasgow, &c.) ft-om 9 a.m. till 10 a.m. at the Office. 

No deliveries by letter-carriers on Sundays. On Public Holidays one delivery only, at 6.45 
a.m. Office opens on Sundays from 9 a.m. till 10 a.m.; and for Telegrams only, from 5 till 6 p.m. 

Receiving Offices and Pillar Boxes. 

Letters are collected trom the Receiving Offices and Pillar Boxes at 5 a.m., 9.30 a.m., 12, 3, 
4, 6, 7, and 9 p.m. No collection on Sundays. 

Delivery of Letters. 

Town — 6.45 a.m., 10.45 a.m., 1.45 p.m., 4 p.m., 7.20 p.m. Sunday, at Office, from 9 to 10 a.m 
RuKAL- Linwood, 6.45 a.m., 4 p.m.; Foxbar, 6.45 a.m., 4 p.m.; Ralston, 6.45 a.m., 4 p.m. 

Money Order Office. 

Open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Money Orders issued and paid, and Savings Bank business trans- 
acted, at the Receiving Offices, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. 
Postal Order business, 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. 

Parcel Post. 

Parcels are despatched to Glasgow, North & South of Scotland, at 8.30 and 10.45 a.m.; 1, 4, 
6, 6, 7.30. and 9 p.m ; Greenock and the Coast, 1, 2, 6.30, and 9 p.m.; England, all parts, 5, 6, 
and' 7.30 p.m.; London, 5.50 and 9 p.m. Deliveries same as letters. 

Rates of Postage. 

On Inland Letteks— Not exceeding 4oz., One Penny ; and for each additional 2oz., One 
Halfpenny. 
No Inland Letter must exceed 24 inches in length, 12 inches in breadth, and 6 inches in depth. 



APPENDIX. 213 



Parcel Post. 

1, In order that a packet may go by Parcel Post, it must be tendered at a Post OfiBce for 
transmission as a parcel. The vcords "Parcel Post " should be written or printed on the left- 
hand side, immediately above the address. 
2- The Rates of Postage for Parcels addressed to any part of the United Kinsdom are: — 

For a Parcel not exce i ing 1 lb. in weight, 3 1 

,, „ exceeaingl lb., but not exce.-ding 2 lbs 4(1 

„ „ „ 21bs., „ ,, 3 lb M 

,, ,, ,, 3 lbs., ,, ,. 4 lbs 6d 

,, ,, ,. 4 lbs., ,, ,, 5 lbs 7d 

,, ,, ,, 5lbs.. ,, ,, 6 lbs 8d 

,, ,, ,, 6 lbs., ,, ,, 71bs 9d 

,, „ ,, 71bs., ,, ,, 81bs lOd 

„ ,, „ 81bs., ,, ,, 9 lbs lid 

,, „ „ 91bs., „ „ lllbs Is 

3. The dimensions allowed for an Inland Postal Parcel are— Greatest length, 3 ft. 6 in.; 
greatest length and girth combined, 6 ft. For example — A Parcel measuring 3 ft. 6 in. in length 
may measure as much as 2 ft. 6 in. in girth. A shorter Parcel may be thicker ; thus, if it mea- 
sure no more than 3 ft. in length, it may measure as much as 3 fr. in girth— i.e., round its 
thickest part. 

4. The full postage must be prepaid, by means of ordinary postage stamps, which must be 
affixed by the sender. 

5. Parcels must not be ported in a letter-box, but must be handed over the counter of a Post 
OfHce to the proper oflSctr, by whom the size, weight, and postage of each parcel will be tested 
before it is accepted. Any packet or parcel marked " Parcel Post," and posted contrary to this 
regulation, will, unless admissible and fully prepaid at the letter or book post rate, be charged 
on delivery with a fine of Id. in addition to any deficient postage at the parcel rate. 

Proliibited Parcels. 

6. Parcels bearing or containing writing or marks of an offensive or indecent character; or 
containing gunpowder, cartridges, lucifer matches, or other combustible material, live animals, 
offensive or filthy matter, or any substance likely to cause injury to other parcels, or to the 
OfHcers of the Post OfHce, may not be sent through the post. 

7. Parcels may not contain any letter or packet intended for delivery at an address other than 
that borne by the parcel itself. 

Parcels requiring Special Precautions. 

8. Parcels containing ripe fruit or eggs, fish, meat, or other animal matter ; or knives and 
other sharp instruments ; can only be sent if so packed as to prevent all risk of injury to other 
parcels. Liquid matter must be sent in bottles, cases, or cans securely stoppered, and bottles 
and other glass articles must be so packed as to be secure from breakage. 

Parcels addressed to a Post Offlce to he called for. 

9. Parcels may be addressed to and obtained at Post OflBces under the same regulations 
generally, as letters. 

10. Parcels addressed to a Post OfiBce to be called fir will be kept (unless containing' perish- 
able articles) for three weeks. After they have remained in the oflSce one clear day, they will 
be charged Id, a day for demurrage until called for. 

Regulations as to Inland Registration, and as to Compensation for the Loss or 
Damage of Inland Registered Postal Packets (including Parcels) and 
Inland Parcels. 

COMPEJJSATION FOR THE LoSS OR DAMAGE OF INLAND PARCELS, 

1. The Postmaster General is not legally liable to make good any claim arising out of the 
conveyance of a parcel sent by post, but he will accept liability under certain conditions. 

2. If the parcel is registered, compensation will be given under the rules and regulations con- 
tained in full under the heading of "Registration and Compensation." 

3. If the parcel is not registered, the Postmaster General will accept liability up to £2, with- 
out payment of any fee beyond the postage, provided that — 

(1.) The parcel is posted in the manner Prescribed for the posting of parcels by the regula- 
tions for the time being, and the postage prepaid. 

(2.) A certificate of posting is obtained from the officer receiving the parcel. This certifi- 
cate must be filled up by the sender, and handed to the oflftcer of the Post Office, who 
will sign and return it to him. 

(3.) The contents of the parcel are securely packed, and enclosed in a reasonably strong 
case, wrapper, or cover, securely fastened, and of a nature calculated to preserve them 
from loss or damage in the post. 

4. No compensation either for loss or damage will be given in respect of — ■ 

(1.) A parcel containing anything which, according to the regulations for the time being, 

may not be sent by the Inland Parcel Post. 
(2.) A parcel containing money, 
C3.^ A narcel containine a watch or iewellery. unless registered by the sender. 



214 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 



5. No compensation will b • given in respect of damage to — 

(1.) A parcel containing eggs, soft fruit, or any liquid or semi-liquid. 

(2.) A parcel containing any article of exceptionally fragile character, or any other article 

which, from its nature, cannot with reasonable safety be sent by post. 
(3.) A parcel containing any perishable article, where the damage arises from natural 
decay, and the parcel is delivered without undue delay 
But in all such cases compensaiion will be given in respect of the loss of the parcel, or of any 
article contained therein. 

6. In other respects the general conditions and regulations contained in paragi-aphs 11 to 25 
under the heading of ' Registration and Compensation " apply also to compensation in the case 
of ordinary inland parcels. 

7. The new system of compensation up to £2 for ordinary inland parcels does not apply to 
foreign and colonial parcels. The I'ules as regards compensation for loss or damage of these 
parcels, which are set forth on pages 455-456 of the Post OflBce Guide, remain unaltered. 

Inland Registration. 

1 . The fee for registering any Postal Packet (parcels included) passing bj'^ post between any 
two places in the United Kingdom is twopence, aud this registration fee and the postage must be 
prepaid, by means of postage stamps upon the cover, except on official letters for Government 
Offices in London, Dublin, or Edinburgh, which may be registered on prepayment, in stamps, of 
the registration fee only. 

2. No article addi-essed to initials or to a fictitious name can be registered, unless it be ad- 
dressed to the care of a person or firm. 

3. Every article presented for registration must be enclosed in a strong cover, secm-ely 
fastened. 

4. Every article to be registered must be given to an agent of the Post Office, and a receipt 
obtained for it ; and it must on no account be dropped into a letter-box. If, contrary to this 
rule, an article marked "Registered" be dropped into a letter-box it will, if directed to any 
place in the United Kingdom, be liable to a registration fee of 4d. (less any amount prepaid for 
registration), instead of the ordinary fee of 2d, 

5. Every article presented for registi'ation should be marked " Registered,' and with the 
amount of the fee proper to the value up to which the sender desires to secure compensation, 
thus: " Registered, 2d.; Registered, 3d." (see regulations as to Registration and Compensation). 

6. The latest time for posting registered articles on payment of the ordinary fee is usually 
half-an-hour before the closing of the letter-box, or, in the case of parcels, half-an-hour before 
the latest time for posting ordinary parcels ; but at all Provincial Head Offices and at the Chief 
Offices in Edinburgh and Dublin, articles bearing a late fee of 4d., in addition to the ordinary 
registration fee, may be registered at any time within the half-hour referred to, if the office is 
open to the public. 

7. When several postal packets are sent by the same person for registration, they should be 
accompanied with a list (in duplicate) of the addresses ; one list to be retained at the Post Office, 
and the other, when signed, to be retm-ned to the bearer. 

8. The loss of a registered article (as it can be traced through its whole course) is a rare occur- 
rence. Nevertheless, large sums of money or other articles of great value should not be sent 
through the post, even if registered; as the machinery of the Department is not arranged with a 
view to such transmission. If sent unregistered, valuable articles are exposed to risk ; conse- 
quently, inland postal packets which contain coin, watches, or jewellery, and also all inland 
postal packets on the cover of which the word "Registered," or any word or phrase to that effect, 
is written or impressed, if posted without registration, are subjected to compulsory registration, 
and are charged on delivery with a fee of fourpence in addition to the ordinary postage. If 
they cannot be registered in time to be forwarded by the mail for which they are posted, they 
are detained for the next despatch. 

9. The compulsory registration referred to in paragraphs 2 and 7 gives no title to compensa- 
tion (see regulations as to Registration and Compensation). 

10. No Town Postman is allowed to take a postal packet to be registered ; but Rural Postmen 
will take postal packets for registration on their outward and inward walks, whenever it is 
practicable for them to do so. 

Acknowledgment of Delivery of Registered Postal Packets. 

11. The sender of an inland registered letter, parcel, or other registered postal packet, may 
obtain an acknowledgment of its due delivery to the addressee by paying in advance, at the 
time of posting, a fee of 2d in addition to the postage and registration fee. The sender must 
enter in the form provided for the purpose both his own name and address and the name and 
address of thn person to whom the packet is sent, and he must also affix a stamp of the value of 
2d. in payment of the fee. 

12. If an application for this form is made at a small office at which the forms are not kept in 
stock, or to a Rural Postman, the fee of 2d. should be paid in money or stamps, and a memo- 
randum furnished giving the name and address of the sender of the packet. The proper form 
will then be subsequently made out by an officer of the Department, and forwarded with the 
packet to its destination. 



APPENDIX. 



215 



Registration and Compensation. 

1. The Postmaster General will (not in consequence of any legal liability, but voluntaiily, 
and as an act of grace), subject to the rules hereinafter mentioned, give compensation up to a 
maximum limit of £15 for the loss and damaceof Inland Registered Postal Packets of all kinds 
upon prepayment of a fee in addition to the postage. This fee either consists of or includes in 
each case the ordinary registration fee of 2d.; and the scale of fees and the respective limits of 
compensation are as follow : — 



Fee. 
2d. 


Limit of Compensation. 
£5 




Fee. 
9d. 


Limit of Compensation 
£70 


3d. 


£10 




lOd. 


£80 


4d. 


.. £20 




lid. 


£90 


5d. 


.. £30 




Is. Od. 


.. £100 


6d. 


.. £40 




Is. Id. 


.. £110 


7d. 


. . £50 




Is. 2d. 


.. £i20 


8d. 


.. £G0 










RULES. 







Posting and Packing. 

2- The postal packet must be posted in accordance with the rules for the time being in force 
with respect to the posting of inland registered postal packets, and a certificate of posting, 
bearing thereon an acknowledgment that the fee for registration and compensation has been 
paid, must be obtained. This certificate will be filled up and signed by the officer of the post 
office receiving the postal packet. 

3. The contents of the postal packet must be securely packed and enclosed in a reasonably 
strong case, wrapper, or cover, securely fastened, and of a nature calculated to preserve the 
contents from loss or damage in the post, and if it be desired to secure compensation for damage 
to a postal packet (other than a parcel), such postal packet must bear the words, "Fragile, with 
Care." These words should appear on the face of the cover above the address. 

4. The packet must be marked "Registered," and with the amount of the fee proper to the 
value up to which the sender desires to secure compensation, thus : — 

Registered, 2d.; Registered, 3d,,- and so on. 

5. The registered Parcel Post will be available for watches and jewellery, which it has hitherto 
been necessary to exclude from compensation if sent by the Parcel Post. Money may also be 
sent in a registered parcel, but no compensaiion will be given in respect of the loss or damage 
of such parcel or of any of its contents. 



Book Postage. 

Printed Books, Pamphlets, Magazines, Reviews, Ac, whether British, Foreign, or Colonial, 
may be forwarded by post between places in the United Kingdom (made up in the same manner 
as newspapers), if prepaid in stamps, at the following rates : — 

Under 2 oz., 3d.; under 4 oz , Id.; under 8 oz., 2d.; and Jd. for every additional 2 oz. No 
parcel to exceed 2 feet long, 1 foot wide or in depth, but may contain any number of separate 
Books, Maps, or Prints, and any quantity of Paper, Vellum, or Parchment, and may be either 
printed, written, or plain. 

Books, if prepaid in stamps, are also forwarded by packet, if unwritten on inside or in the 
cover, at the rate of ^d. for every 2 oz., to Canada, United States of America, and the Continent. 



Receiving Offices. 
29 Wellmeadow. Neilston road. 

77 Causeyside. Broomlands street. 

19 Glen street. 21 Gauze street. 

- 15 Williamsburgh. Glasgow road. 

"Telegraph Business" (for transmission of Mes- 
sages only) transacted at Wellmeadow street, 
Caledonia street, and Stock street. 



PiLLAE AND WaLL BOXES. 

The Cross. William street. Seedhill road 
Hrtrracks. Dixon street. St. James st. 
Blackball, Abbej' street. Meikleriggs, 
Love street, Ralston square. Canal Station. 
Niddry street. Station. Oakshaw. 

Gateside. Storie street, Castlehead. 

iMossvale. Craw road. Millarston. 

George street. Potterhill. Lounsdale road 
Brodie Park, 



Money Orders, 

For sums not exceeding £1, 2d. 

£3 3d. 

£10, 4d, 

Above which sum no orders are gran'-^d. 



216 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 



Postal Orders. 

Postal Orders for certain fixed sums, from Is. up to £1, are issued at all Post Offices in the 
United Kingdom at which Monev Order business is transacted, and at Malta, Gibraltar, India, 
Straits Settlements, Hong Kong, Newfoundland, and British P.O., Constantinople. Payment is 
also made in Malta and Gibraltar, provided the Orders were issued in the United Kingdom or at 
the British Post Office, Constantinople. 

The following are the Amounts for which Postal Orders are issued, and the Poundage payable 
on each Order: — 

Amount of Order. Poundage. 

Is., Is. 6d., One Halfpenny. 

2s., 2s. 6d., 3s., 38. 6d., 4s., 43. 6d., 5s, Ts. 6d., 10s., 10s. 6d., One Penny. 

15s., 20s., One Penny Halfpenny. 

Broken Amounts, not exceeding 5d. in value, may be made up by affixing Postage Stamps to 
the back of any one Postal Order. 

Money Orders are granted and paid from 8 a.m. till 8 p.m. Savings Bank and Government 
Life Insurance Annuity business transacted during same hours. On Sundays and Public Holi- 
days no business of this description is done. 

Telegraph Money Orders. 

Rate op Commission, viz.; — 

For sums not exceeding £3, 4d. 

£10, 6d. 

In addition there is a charge for the Telegram of Advice, the minimum being 6d. 

Foreign and Colonial Money Orders. 

Rates of Commission — 

For sums not exceeding £2 Os. 6d. 

£6 . .. Is. Od. 

£10,.. - Is. 6d. 



Caledonian Railway. 

Chairman— J&s. C. Bunten. I Secretary John Blackburn. 

General Manager— S'iv iaxaes, Thompson. Stationmaster—&i&f/a,ri M'Cowatt. 

General Goods i/a«agrer— Archibald Hillhouse. Carting Agents— C&\&iom&n Co.— D. Orr. 

Goods Superintendent at Greenlaw Station- R. Young. 

Goods Superintendent at St. James Station — Malcolm Black. 

Mineral Superintendent at Underwood Depot — ISIalcolm Black. 

Glasgow and Paisley Joint Lines. 

County Place. 
Manager and Secretary— James Kerr. I Stationmaster— Stewart M'Cowatt. 

Goods Superintendent — R. Young. I Carting Agents— B,. Grierson & Co. 

Paisley and Renfrew Railway. 

station — Renfrew Road. | Stationmaster—ATchihald.'Wilk.ie. 

Abercorn Station. 

Goods Agent —Archiha\d Wilkie. 

Glasgow and South -Western Railway. 



General Manager — D. Cooper. 
Goods Manager— fleury Evans. 



Goods Supt. at Greenlaw Station, Paisley- 

R. Young. 
Stationmastei'—Steyiait M'Cowatt. 



General Superintendent of Line — C. E. Cockburn. 
Carting Agents— G. &S.-W. Railway Co, 



Canal Line. 

General Manager — David Cooper. 
Goods Manager— B.enry Evans. Secretary — F. H. Gillies. 

Superintendent of the Line — Chas. E. Cockburn. Goods Agent — William Auchterlonie. 
Engineer — William Melville, C.E. Passenger Agent— George Hay. 

Carting Agents — G. & S.-W. Railway Co. 



Chairman — Sir William Laird. 
General Manager — John Conacher. 
General Goods Manager — Alex Rutherford. 
Secretary— John Cathels. 



North British Railway. 



Goods Supt. at Paisley — ^Andrew Whitehead. 
Carting Agents— Cowan and Co., Canal Station 
and 1 West Croft street. 



APPENDIX. 217 



Tramways and Omnibus Traffic. 

PAISLEY TRAMWAYS. 

Fares— East End to Storie street, Id.; Greenlaw drive to Castle street, Id.; Moss street to Thomas 

street. Id.; Full Journey, 2d. 
Cars leave East Toll at 8.22, 8.37, 8.52, 9.7 a.m., and every 15 minutes till 10.22 p.m. 

,, Cross for West End at 8.20, 835, 8.50. 9.5, 9.20 a m., and every 15 minutes till 10.35 p.ta. 
„ West End at 8.37, 8.52, 9 7, 9.22, 9.37 a.m.. and every 15 minutes till 10.52 p.m. 
„ Cross for East End at 8.50, 9.5,9-20,9.35, 9.50 a.m., and every 15 minutes till 11.5 p.m. 
Saturdays— Last car leaves East End at 10.52, and West End at 11.22. 

COLINSLEE 'BUS— Faee, Id. 

Leaves County Square at 8.10, 8.30 a.m.; and every 30 minutes thereafter till 8 p.m., and at 9 

and 10 p.m. 
Leaves Colinslee Toll at 8.40, 9, 9.40, 10 a.m., and every 30 minutes thereafter till 8. 30 p.m., and 

at 9.30 and 10.15 p.m. 
On Saturdays every quarter of an hour from 2 p.m. till 10 p.m. to and from Colinslee. 

MEIKLERIGGS 'BUS— Fare, Id. 

Leaves Railway Station at 8.20, 9 a.m., 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 p.m., and on Saturdays 9 and 10 

p.m. 
Leaves Meikleriggs at 8.40, 9.40 a.m., 1.45, 2.45, 3.30, 4.30, 5.30, 6.30, 7.30, and 8.30 p.m., and on 

Saturdays 9.30 p.m. 

Paisley and Glasgow (on Sundays only), at short intervals from 9.30 a.m. till 9.30 p.m. 

Renfrew and Govan (on Sundays only). — From Paisley, 10.15 am. and 5.0 p.m.; from Govan. 
11.45 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. 

Barrhead (Daily except Sundays). — Leaves Gilmour Street at 10 a.m., 12 noon, 3, 5, and 7 p m., 
leaves Barrhead at 9, 11.15 a.m., 2, 4, and 6 p.m. (with additional service on Saturdays). 

Johnstone (Daily except Sundays). — Leaves Moss Street at 9.15 a.m., and 15 minutes past each 
hour thereafter till 8.15 p.m.; leaves Johnstone at 10.15 a.m., and 15 minutes past each 
hour thereafter till 9.15 p.m. 



CARRIERS' QUARTERS. 

All Pakts of the Wokld,... Cowan & Co., Canal Goods Station — Wm. E.James, agent for Paisley. 
Do. Caledonian Railway Co., Daniel Orr, agent, Greenlaw ; William 

Noble, agent, St. James Station and Underwood Depot; 
SteM'art M'Cowatt, Gilmour street. 
Do. Glasgow and South-Western Railway Co., Greenlaw Station— R. 

Young, agent for Paisley ; Canal Station — W. Auchterlonie, 
agent for Paisley; Abercorn Station — Robert Shai*p, agent 
for Paisley ; Stewart M'Cowatt, Gilmour street. 
Do. North British Railway Co. — Andrew Whitehead, superintendent at 

Paisley. 

Glasgow, Andrew Duncan, at 28 Orchard st. — Daily, about 9 and 11 a.m. 

Do., i John Brown, 2 Williamsburgh ; place of call, Weir street — Daily, 

at 11 a.m. and 12 noon. 

Do., Robert Loclde, 91 Causeyside — Daily, about 8 a.m. 

Do., George Macadam, jun.. Sir Michael street — Daily, about 9 a.m. 

Do., M'Nair & Co., 13 Thread St. — Daily, 9, 11, and 12 a.m.; Sat., 9 only. 

Do., J. M'Donald, East Buchanan street, calls at G. Anderson's, 47 

Moss street — Daily, about 11 a.m. 

Do., Watson & Co., at E. 0. Crawford's, 16 Gilmour street — Daily, at 

10 a.m., 12 noon, 2 p.m., and 4 p.m. 

Johnstone, William Currie, 91 Causeyside — Daily, at 3.30 p.m., calls at G. 

Anderson's, 47 Moss street. 

HowwooD AND Beith .Robert Gray, 91 Causeyside — Wednesdays and Fridays at 1 o'clock. 

Kilbakchan, John Currie, 91 Causeyside — Calls at William Craig's. 17 Causey- 
side, daily (except Satm-days), about 6 p.m. 

Lochwinnoch, Thomas Ci-aig, at James Jack's, grocer. Cross — Wednesdays and 

Saturdays, about 2 p.m. 

Babkhead AND Neilston, George Hamilton, 91 Causeyside, also at E. 0. Crawford's, 16 

Gilmour st. — Tucdays, Thm-sdays, and Saturdays, at 12 noon. 



218 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 

PUBLIC OFFICES, &C. 

Asylmn (Riccarts'bar) — George Pirie, superintendent. 

Asylum (Parish) — J. Calcler, governor. 

Burgli Electrical Engineer — Francis Teague, M.I.E.E. 

Burpli Medical Officer — (vacant). 

Cemetery (Paisley) — Robert Reid, superintendent. 

Cemetery (Hawkhead) — James Walker, superintendent. 

Chamberlain's Office, Municipal buildings — Robert Thomson, chamberlain. 

Clerk of County Council for Renfrewshire — Ja. Cald-\vell, writer. County Buildings, St. James st. 

County Treasm-er — Do. do. do. 

Collector of County Assessments — Do. do. do. 

County Road Surveyor— Robert Drummond. 

Fire Brigade Office, Johnston sti'eet — Arthur M'Na-ghtan, firemaster. 

Gas Analysts (Burgh)— M 'Cowan & Biggarr, Municipal buildings (north end). 

Gas Commissioners, Municipal buildings — Robert Thomson, treasurer. 

Gas Works, Blackstoun road — George R. Hislop, F.C.S., manager. 

Harbourmaster— A. G. Dunn, Carlile quay. 

Inland Revenue, 8 St. Mirren street — Geo. C. Suttie, supervisor. 

Inspector of Factories — R. E. Giaves, 121 West Regent street, Glasgow. 

Inspector of Weights and Measures (County) — Wm. Clark, 40 Old Sneddon. 

(Burgh)— Wm. T. Fisher, 81 New Sneddon. 
Justice of Peace, County Buildings, Love street — J. P. Fyfe, clerk ; Thomas MacRobei't, jun., 

deputy-clerk at Paisley. 
Local Authority of the County of Renfrew — Ja. Caldwell, wi-iter. County Buildings, St. James 

street, clerk 
Master of Works' Office, Municipal buildings — James Lee, C E. 

Medical Officer for Renfrewshire — Dr. A. Campbell Munro, County Buildings, St. James street. 
Parish Office, New Sneddon street — J. M. Campbell, inspector of poor. 
Police Office (Burgh), Municipal buildings — William Duacan, chief constable. 
Police Office (County) County Buildings, Love street — Charles Harding, chief constable. 
Poorhouse (Parish) — J. Calder, governor. 
Post Office, County square — J. Macmaster. postmaster. 
Procurator-Fiscal (Burgh), Municipal buildings — Wm. Walker. 
Procurator-Fiscal (County), Court Buildings, St. James Street — George Hart. 
Procm-ator-Fiscal (J.P.), County Buildings, Love street — John Abei'crombie. 
Registrar's Office, 14 Gilmour street — Hugh Allison, registrar 

4th Battalion A. & S. Highlanders, Barracks, Williamsburgh — Adjutant, Captain A. Foster. 
Sanitary Inspector's Office, Municipal buildings — William W. Kelso. 
Sanitary Inspectors for RenfrcM-shire— First or Upper Ward, James I. Little ; Second or Lower 

Ward, James MuiTay — ( ountj' buildings, St. James street. 
School Board — Thomas MacRobert.jun., and William Hutchison, joint-clerks. 
School Board Treasurer's Office, 5 County place — Jackson and Abercrombie. 
School Board Inspector's Office, 5 County place — James H. Taylor. 
Sheriff Court-Houses, St. James street— Sheriff-Substitute, A. E. Henderson ; Joseph M'Leod 

Lochhead, Sheriff-clerk; Wm. Brown, James Gardner, and T. Gow Smith, deputy-clerks. 
Stamps — John 0. Alexander, sub-collector. 4 Causeyside, and at the Post Office. 
Taxes — Burgh Poor, '' Express " Biuldings, 12 Causeyside — John Hobertson, collector. 

„ Police, Municipal buildings — Robert Thomson, treasurer and collector. 

„ Water. Municipal buildings — Robert Thomson, treasurer and collector. 

„ Road, Municipal buildings— Robert Thomson, treasurer and collector, 

„ Income — James Reith, surveyor, 8 St. Mirren street. 

„ Income — John 0. Alexander, sub-collector, 4 Causeyside. 
Town Clerks' Office, Municipal buildings — David Young and Fr ancis Martin, joint clerks 

BURYING GROUNDS, GRAVE DIGGERS. &c. 

Abbet Church. — Sergt. Adams, superintendent of Abbey Bm-ying Ground, 11 Abbey close. 

Abbey Close United Puesbyterian Church. — James Grant, 23 Abbey street 

Canal Street United Presbyterian Church. — John Jluir, 10 Lady lane, superintendent of 

Burying Ground. 
Cemetery, 58 Broomlands. — Robert Reid, superintendent of Paisley Cemetery Burying 

Grounds, 58 Bi'oomlands. 
Gaelic Church. — James Baird, 12 Wardrop street, superintendent of Burying Ground. 
Hawkhead Cemetery, Hawkhead Road. — Superintendent — James Walker, Cemetery lodge. 
High Church. — Robert Arthur, • 3 Oakshaw street. 
Martyrs' Church, 50 Broomlands. — Now united to Cemetery Grounds. Apply to Robert 

Reid, superintendent, 58 Broomlands. 
Oakshaw Street United Presbyterian Church. — William Arnot, 5 Meeting-house lane. 
Oakshaw Street Free (late R.P.) Church. — Robert Cochran, Express buildincs, Causeyside st 
Thread Street United Presbyterian Church. — James Ferris, superintendent of Bui-ying 

Ground, U.P. Hall, 8 Thread street. 
South Church. — Alexander Weatherston, 2 Alexandria place, Calside. 



APPENDIX. 



219 



PAISLEY PARISH COUNCIL. 

Parish Office — New Sneddon, Paisley. Collector's Office — 12 Causeyside Street. 

MEMBERS OF COUNCIL. 



Chairman — James Scarlett, Esq., Carriagehill. 



Miss Adam. 
Miss Aiiiie. 
Stewart Armour. 
Alexander Mitchell. 
John Gemmell. 
Patrick Barr. 
James Carruth. 
Thomas Daly. 
John Downie. 
John C. Berry. 



Andrew Fisher. 
William Fulton. 
Allan Glen. 
Johu M'Creery. 
Jane Bell. 
Edward Cook. 
John Holmes. 
John Alexander. 
Isaac Kirkwood. 
James A. White. 



Alex. Murdoch. 
Malcolm M'Farlane 
Patrick M'Ghee. 
D. G. Macgregor. 
Henry Noble. 
Francis Percy. 
Thomas Gra . 
Henry K. Robertson. 
James Scarlett 
William Wallace. 



LIST OF PARISHES 

With the Streets embraced in each (alphabetically arranged), and the Names and Addresses of 
the Session Clerks, who take in Proclamations of Marriage for their lespective Paiishes. 

Abbey Parish, 

Within the Bukgh, 



Abbey street 

Abbey terrace 

Abbey close 

Abercorn street 

Ardgowan street (Blackball) 

Blackball 

Blackball buildings 

Bridge street (north) 

Buchanan street (east) 

Cart street 

Cameron street 

Christie street 

Chapelhill 

Cochran street 

Cotton street 



Includes — 

Crofts (north,8outh,east,<fewest) 
Crow road (south side only) 
Calslde road (west side, to 

Haircraigs cot.) 
Garthland place 
Garthland lane 
Garthland street 
Gateside 
Gallowhill 
Gauze street 

George street (Blackball) 
Glebe street 
Hawthorn buildings 
Incle street 
King street (Saucel) 
Lawn street 



Laighpark 

Lonend 

Mill street (to Seedhills) 

Millar street 

Netherhill 

New Smithhills 

Niddry street 

Renfrew street 

Renfrew road (to Potter-row or 

village) 
Sandyford 
Silk street. 
Saucel 
Smithhills 
Thread street 



Outline of the Landward Part of the Abbey Parish. 
From Howford Bridge on the Cart to South Lodge, Hawkhead, and from thence along the 
Barrhead Road to Crosstobs, from thence to Brownside, Stanley Muir, and from thence to Bens 
Bridge, Bentston, and Hartfleld, from thence to Glenpatrick Burn, along the east side of that 
burn to the Distillery, from thence to Foxbar and Lounsdale, and on to a point on Chain road 
where the Canal Railway crosses said road ; then along the south side of the Railway to Crow 
road, along the centre of this road to Calside road, from thence to Haircraigs cottage, and from 
thence in aline south of Falside place to Thornly Park, then to Barterholm bridge, to Hunter- 
hill, Chapelhill, Blackball, to Saucel and to Espedair Burn bridge, corner of Gordon's lane. 

Then again starting from G. & P. J. R. Bridge on the Rylees road in a line by the Arklestons 
to Sandyford, to Abbot's Burn, to Moss toll bar, from thence to Moss plantation, from thence 
in a line to Blackstone house, from thence to East Candren, to Craigielea. 
Session Clerk — George Beveridge 2 Mansfield place. 
All Proclamations to be left with William Watt, 11 Lawn street. 



Argyle street 

Barclay street 

Barr street 

Calside (west of Mary field 

villa) 
Camphill 

Canal street (Nos. 11—83) 
Castlehead 



High Parish 

Includes— 

Castle street (east side) 
Churchhill (west side) 
George street (Nos. 10 — 60, 

and 117—162) 
High street (Nos. 28—55, and 

81-86) 
Lady lane 



New street (No. 45) 
Oakshaw (nos. 12—15) 
Orr square (east side) 
Sir Michael street 
Storie street 
Townhead terrace 
West Buchanan street 
Wellmeadow street (N08.I— 25 



Session Clerk— J. G. Thomson (of John Neilson Institution)— house, Str»ttonvil]e, Meikleriggs. 
Proclamations may also be left with Robert Arthur, Church-Officer, 13 Oakshaw street, 
entrance by 14. 



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PAISLEY DIEECTOEY. 



Caledonia street (Nos. 1 to 25 

and 51 to 56) 
ChurchhlU (east side only) 
Clark street 

County square and place 
Craigielea buildings 
Dyers' wynd 
Galloway street 
Gilmour street 
Glen lane 

Glen St. (Nos. 1 to 17 inclusive) 
Greenhill road 
Greenock road (to the Toll, 

west side only) 
High street (Nos. 5 to 27 and 

87 to 109 inclusive) 

Session Clerk — William 



Middle Parish 

Includes — 

Hunter street 

Love street (Nos. 1 to 7 and 71 
to 76 inclusive) 

Macdowall street 

Macfarlane street 

Mackenzie street 

Maxwell street 

Meeting-house lane 

Middle lane (Nos. 1 to 7 in- 
clusive) 

Moncrieff street (Nos. 6 to 10 
inclusive) 

Moss street 

Murray street 

Oakshaw street (from School 
wynd to Stoney brae) 

Peattie, 2 Gilmour street — house 



Pattison street 

Quay lane (south side only) 

Race course and roads 

St. James place 

St. James street (Nos. 1 to 8 

and 20 to 37 inclusive) 
School wynd 
Back Sneddon (Nos. 1 to 12 

and 60 to 69 inclusive) 
New Sneddon (Nos. 1 to 10 

and 89 to 97 inclusive) 
Old Sneddon 

Stoney brae (east side only) 
Underwood road (north sida 

only) 
Westmarch. 

, Dunedin, Meikleriggs 



Bladda 

Bladda lane (north side) 

Bridge street (west of Abbey 
bridge) 

Brown's lane 

Burn row 

Calside (west side) 

Calside place (east of and in- 
cluding Marj'field villa) 

Canal street (Nos. 1 to 10 and 
84 to 91) 

Causeyside (except Nos. 56, 
67, 58, 69) 



Low Parish (St. George's) 

Includes — 
Forbes place 

Espedair street (east side) 
George street (Nos. 1 to 8 and 

166 to 170) 
George place 
Gordon's lane 
High street (Nos. 1 to 4) 
Johnston street 
Laigh Kirk lane 
Marshall's lane 
New street (No. 45 excepted) 
Orchard street 
Prussia street 



Seedhill 

Seedhillroad (to Nursery gate) 

Shuttle street 

South Campbell street (east of 
Espedair street) 

Stevenson street 

Stirling street 

Stow street 

Stow place (east side, 1 to 4) 

St. Mirren street (except Na- 
tional Bank) 

Wardrop street 

Water brae. 



Session CTerA— Alexander Murdoch, B.A., Neilson Institution —house, Gallowlea, Meikleriggs 



Arthur street 

Broom lands 

Campbell street (west) 

Carbrook street 

Castle street (Nos. 20 to 35) 

Chain road (east side as far 

as Canal Railway bridge) 
Clavering stree' 
Douglas street 
East lane (Ferguslie) 
Ferguslie 

Session 



Mart3rrs' Parish 

Includes — 
Ferguslie walk 

George street (Nos. 50 to 116) 
Hannay sti eet 
John street 
King street 
Knox street 

Lonewells (Nos. 1 to 23) 
Maxwellton 
Maxwellton street 
Mid lane (Ferguslie) 



Millarston 
Neil street 
Newton street 
Queen street 
Kalston square 
Sandholes 
Thomas street 
West lane (Ferguslie) 
West street 
William street 



Annfield place 

Barter holm 

Bute place 

Calside (east side only) 

Carriagehill 

66, 57, 58, and 59 Causeyside 

Carriagehill drive 

Carriagehill Village 

Colinslee 

Colinslee place 

Dovesland 

Duke street 

Earl Grey place 

Espedair st. (ex. east side from 

Causeyside to So. Campbell st. 

Fairhill 



Clerk—John C. Wilson, 3 Stirling street. 

South Parish 

Includes — 
Falside 

Gladstone terrace 
Glendale place 
Glen^aew 
Glenview terrace 
Great Hamilton street 
Greenside 
Hillview 

Haircraigs Cottage 
Janefield place 
Kilncroft lane 
Lylesland 
Lylesland terrace 
Mansfield place 
Mary street 
Neilson street 



Session Clerk — Hugh M'Kenzie, 



Neilston street 
Neilston road 
Orr street 
Potterhill 
Prospect Hill 
Richmond place 
Rosebery place 
Rowan street 
Smith street 
South Campbell street 
South park 
Stock street 
Stonefield 
Sunnyside 
Thrushcraig 
Union street 
Causeyside street. 



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221 



Bi'ovm place 

Brown street 

Hendei son street 

High street (Nos, 56 to 80) 

Kerr street 



St. Coluxnba Parish 

Includes — 

Oakshaw (from Stoney brae 

and Orr square westward) 
Orr square (west side only) 
St. James street (Nos. 9 to 19) 
Stoney brae (west side only) 



Underwood road (so. side only) 
Well street (east side only) 
Wellmeadow street (27 to 43). 
West brae 



Session Clerk—H-agh M'Kay, 6 Barclay street. 



Abingdon place 

Albert street 

Albion street 

Andrews street 

Bellfield place 

Blacklaw lane 

Blythswood di ive 

Caledonia street (east side — all 
north of Glen street 

Carlile place and lane 

Cart lane 

Glen street (Nos. 19 to 35 in- 
clusive) 



North Parish 

Includes — 

Greenock road (north side only) 
to the Toll 

Love street (Nos. 8 to 70 in- 
clusive) 

Lowndes's lane 

Moncriefif street (Nos. 1 to 4 
inclusive) 

Middle lane (Nos. 9 to 12 
inclusive) 

Mossvale street 

Mossvale lane 

Nethercommon and Inchinnan 
road to March burn 



North street 

Quay lane (Nos. 1 and 2 

north side) 
Russell street 
Springbank road 
Smith's lane 
Sneddon, New (Nos. 11 to 88 

inclusive) 
Sneddon, Back (Nos. 13 to 59 

inclusive) 
Victoria street 
Wallace street 



Session Clerk — Daniel M'Allister, 29 Glen street. 

Greenlaw Parish 

is bounded on the east by Rylees road on the norih side of Glasgow road, and by Ralston house 
and grounds on south side of Glasgow road ; on the west by an imaginary line between Royal 
terrace and Garthland place, and by the Abbey manse glebe lands ; on the north by the Rail- 
way ; and on the south by the Canal Line. It includes the following streets, Ac: — 



Arkleston road 

Auchentorlie 

Crosbflat crescent 

Crossflat terrace and Crossflat 

Dixon street 

East lane, Williamsburgh 

Glasgow road 



Greenlaw avenue 
Greenlaw drive 
Greenlaw terrace 
Hawkhead road 
Kilnside road 
Lacey streer 
Mansion-house road 
M'Kerrell street 



Phillips street 
Ralston street 
Royal terrace 
Seedhill road 
Unstead place 
Violet street 
Whitehead street 
Williamsburgh 



Proclamations of marriage are received by William Watt, 11 Lawn street. 



Registrar of Births, Marriages, and Deaths. 

District of Paisley — Hugh Allison, Registrar, 14 Gilmoiu- street. 

OfiBce Hom-s— 10 till 3 and 6 till 8 Daily, unless Saturday, when the Office closes at 4 o'clock. 

Fee for Certificate of Birth, Marriage, or Death — if ordered at Registration, 2s. Id.; if after- 
wards, 3s. Id. Fee for a Particular Search, Is.; General Search, 2s. Fee for Extract of Death, 
under the Friendly Society Act— if form filled up by Applicant, Is.; if filled up by Registrar, Is. 3d. 

A Birth must be Registered within Twenty-One Days. 

A Marriage within Three Days after solemnization. 

A Death within Eight Days, but previous to interment. 

The Fee for Publication of Marriage is 2s. 6d. for Parties residing within the Registration 
District. Eight Clear Days' Notice must be given previous to the date of marriage. 



FEES FOR PROCLAMATION OF BANNS. 

PARISH CHURCHES. 

For Two or Three Sundays, 23 6d | For One Sunday only, 10s 6d 

Where the Parties reside in any two of the Parishes within the Registration District of 
Paisley, only One Fee is charged for one day proclamations. 



222 



PAISLEY DTEECTOEY. 



BANKS 



Bank of Scotland. 

Instituted 1695. 

ST. MIRREN STREET. 

Open from 10 till 3, and on Saturday from 

10 till 12. 

Agent— George Seton Veitch. 

The Bank negotiates Bills and grants Letters 

of Credit on all the principal towns in Scotland, 

England, and Ireland. Draws on its branch 

in London ; Smith, Payne, & Smiths; Coutts & 

Co.; and the Bank of England; and on the 

Colonies and Foreign Countries; also issues 

Circular Notes of £o, £10. and £20 each, free 

of charge, for the use of travellers and others 

in all parts of the world. 

Head Office— Bavik Street, Edinbukgh. 
London Office— 19 Bishopsgate Street, E.G. 



Royal Bank of Scotland. 

Incorporated by Royal Charter, 1727. 
ST. MIRREN STREET. 
Agent— Wm. Dickson. 
Accountant— T. D. Allan. Teller— Feier Dick. 
Clerks— A. C. Robertson, C. Sidney Robertson, 
William Paton, and A. H. Allison. 
Draws on their branch in London ; also on 
the Bank of England, and Messrs. Coutts & Co., 
London ; and all the principal towns in Scot- 
land, England, and Ireland. The Royal Bank 
of Scotland negotiates Bills on every place 
•where there is a Bank, and effects payments in 
the United States, British America, Australia, 
New Zealand, and other British Colonies, and 
also in the East Indies. Circular Notes, for the 
use of travellers on the Continent, are issued 
by the Bank. 

Head Office — St. Andrew Square, Edinburgh. 
London Office— \2Z Bishopsgate St., Within. 



British Linen Company Bank. 

Incorporated by Royal Charter, 1746. 

17 GILMOUR STREET. 

Agent — David D. Aucott. 

Teller— B,. D. Caldwell. 

C/erifcs— John Burnett, John Eraser, A. P. 
Mitchell, and Another. 
The Company issue Dratts on their own Offices, 
the Bank of England, and on the principal towns 
in Scotland, England, and Ireland. They grant 
Letters of Credit on the Colonies and other 
Foreign Countries, and negotiate Bills payable 
in any place where there is a Banker. They 
also issue Circular Notes, free of charge, for 
the use of travellers on the Continent of Europe 
and elsewhere abroad. 

Head Office— St. Andrew Square, Edinburgh. 
London Office— il Lombard Street, E.C. 



Commercial Bank of Scotland 
Limited. 

Inst. 181 0, and Incorporated bv Roval Charter. 
102 HIGH STREET (CROSS). 

Agent— James Ross. 
Accountant Walter S. Nicol. 
Tellei — W. S. Macadie. 
Clerks — Thomas J. Robertson, James T. D. 
Sutherland, and John Purdon. 
BRANCH — 18 WELLMEADOW. 
Ageyit, James Ross. Accountant,'DeLvid Ritchie. 
Draws on London Branch, 62 Lombard 
Street; London and Westminster Bank 
(Limited), and Coutts «fc Co., London. Nego- 
tiates Bills on every place in Great Britain 
and Ireland where there is a Bank or Banker. 
Issues Circular Notes ; grants Drafts or Letters 
of Credit on all the principal towns in England, 
Scotland, Irelanfi, the Colonies, and elsewhere 
abroad. 
Head Office— Grorge Street, Edinburgh. 
London Office — 62 Lombard Street, E.C. 

National Bank of Scotlaiid 
Limited. 

Instituted 21st March, 1825, and Incorporated 

by Royal Charter. 

CORNER OF HIGH STREET AND ST. 

MIRREN STREET. 

Agent— Donald Maclean. 

Accountant — William Smith. 

Teller— W. B. Dalgety. 

Clerks— Jeivaes Renfrew, John Kerr, William 

M. M'Lean, and Alexander Taylor. 

Draws on London Offlct^, and on Glyn, 

Mills, <fc Co., Coutts <te Co., and the Union 

Bank of London ; Brown Bros. <te Co., 

New York ; and all the principal towns in 

Scotland, England, Ireland, and the Colonies. 

The National Bank of Scotland issues Foreign 

Credits and Circular Notes, available in all 

parts of the world, and negotiates Bills in 

every place in Scotland, England, Ireland, and 

abroad, where there is a Bank or Banker. 

Head Office— i2 St. Andrew's Sq., Edinburgh 

London Office— o7 Nicholas Lane, E.C. 

Governor — The Most Honourable the Marquis 

of Lothian. K.T. 



Union Bank of Scotland Limited. 

Instituted 1829, and Incorporated unner 

Act of Parliament. 

3 GILMOUR STREET. 

Agent — John Elliot Murray. 

Accountant — D. G Glennie. 

Tellers— 'Ro'bt. Pitblado and Wm. R. Walker. 

Clerks — Wm. Riddle, Robt. Johnston, and 

Robert D. Graham. 
Draws on their London Office, also on the 
Bank of England, Messrs. Glyn & Co., and 
Coutts & Co., London ; and on all the principal 
towns in Scotland, England, and Ireland. 
Grants Drafts payable in Australia, New Zea- 
land, Canada, and New York. Negotiates Bills 
on all towns in Great Britain and Ireland, and 
on the Continent where there is a Bank. 
Head Oj^ces— 'Ingram Street, Glasgow, and 
George Street, Edinburgh. 
London Office— Q2 Cornhill, 



APPENDIX. 



223 



The Clydesdale Bank Limited. 

Instituted 1838. 

7 HIGH STREET (CROSS). 

Open from 10 till 3, and on Saturdays from 

10 till 12. 

Agent — Robert Russell. 

Sub' Agent— 3. B. Veitch Smith. 

Teller — James Carrick. 

Clerks — James C. Macliay, James Hamilton, 

and James Scott. 



Draws on their own Branch in London, and 
on the London and Westminster Bank, London; 
and negotiates Bills and grants Letters of 
Credit on the principal towns in Scotland, Eng- 
land, and Ireland ; the Merchants' Bank of 
Canada, Montreal, and their Branches ; on the 
Bank of British North America, Canada, Nova 
Scotia, New Brunswick, and "Vancouver Island; 
also on the Union Bank of Australia, Melbourne, 
Sydney, Auckland, and other branches. 



The Savings Bank of Paisley. 

Instituted May, 1838. 

Certified under the Act of 1863. 

Office— 107 High Street. 

Chairman — James Clark. Deputy-Chairman — James Robertson. 

Actuary — Alex. B, M'GoM'n. Auditor — Matthew Muir. 



John Poison. 
Stewart Clark. 
Thomas Rowat. 
Hugh H. Smiley. 
James Caldwell. 
John FuUerton. 
George Dobie. 
William Lang. 



Committee of Management. 
Francis Martin. 
James Parlane. 
William Bow. 
Wm. Shanks, Johnstone. 
James Gardner. 
Peter Jack. 
John Wilson. 



James Murray, manu- 
facturer. 
George H. Coats. 
Alex. Gardner, publisher. 
Robert Hutchison, scourer. 
James Barr, Johnstone. 
Robt. K. Bell. 
James H. Young. 



The Bank is open for receiving and paying every lawful day from 10 till 3 o'clock, and on 
Saturday evenings from 6 till 9 for receiving only. 



Bank Holidays. 

New Year's Day, Good Friday, Christmas, first Monday in May, and first Monday in August, 

Bills falling due on Good Friday and Christmas are payable the day before, those on New 
Year's Day and first Mondays of May and August are payable on the next day, if not a Sunday. 

Upon Fast Days and Local Holidays, other than the above, the Bank offices are open only 
between 9 and 10.30 a.m. Bills due on any such days are payable then, but may be paid the 
previous day. 



Annual Holidays in lieu of Fast Days. 

Third Monday of April and third Friday of September. 

Fairs. 

Third Thursday of February and May, and second Thursday of August and November. 
Markets — Every Thursday. 



Income Tax Commissioners for the Upper Ward of Renfrewshire. 



John Cheyne, Sheriff, and 

A E. Henderson, Sheriff-Substitute, ex-offlciis. 

Lord Blythswood, of Blythswood. 

Allan Gilmour, of Eaglesham. 

Henry Macdowall of Garthland. 



John C. Cuninghame of Craigends. 
H. B. Dunlop of Arthurlie. 
A. G. B. Graham of Craigallion. 
Henry Erskine Gordon, Aikenhead, 



C7ef*— Robert Stevenson, 99 High street, Paisley. 

Surveyors and Assessors— 3 ames Reith, 8 St. Mirren street. Paisley ; James Smith and 
Henry Eldred, 280 George street, Glasgow. * 



224 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 

PAISLEY INFIRMARY. 

Directors. 
President — G. H. Coats. Vice-President — 'Wniiain Lang. 

Hon. Treasurer — Alexander Paterson. Secretary — John Abercrombie. 

Assistant Treasurer — J. Balderston Wbyte, 94 High street. 
Stewart Clark. George Hart. John Millar. 

Thomas Rowat. John Gillespie. R. K. Bell. 

Peter Coats. Peter Jack. William Brown. 

John A. Brown. George Coats. Robert Balderston 

George Dobie. John Hodgart. David Fulton. 

House Surgeon — J. D. Holmes. Assistant Home Surgeon—'S.. M. Watson. 

Matron — Miss Alexander. 
Medical Board. 
Surgeons — Drs. Graham, Gibb, and H. C. Donald. Physicians — Drs. Fraser and Watt. 
Assistant Piysician—Dv. Joshua Ferguson. 
Dispensary Practitioners — Drs. Brownridge and John Adam. 
The Dispensary is open every day from 2 p.m. till 3 p.m. for advice ; and from 2 p.m. till 
3 p.m., and from 5 till 6 p.m. for Dispensing Medicine. Friends of Patients admitted Tuesdays, 
Thm-sdays, and Satiirdays, from -3 to 4 p.m., and on Sundays from 4.30 to 5.30 p.m. 

Medical and Sm-gical Cases requii-e Two Tickets, and are admitted from 8 a.m. till 6 p.m. 
Accident Cases admitted at all hom-s without Tickets. 

PAISLEY ROYAL VICTORIA EYE INFIRMARY, 1 Forbes Place. 

DIRECTORS. 

Stewart Clark, Chairman. 

William Muir MacKean, Vice-Chairman. 



Sir William Dunn, Bart., M.P. 
C. B.Renshaw, M.P. 
Robert Balderston. 
Duncan S. Boyd. 
Provost Mackenzie. 
Kenneth M. Clark. 
Hugh Smith. 



Hugh Highgate. 
David P. Donald. 
John Hodgart. 
W. B. Flockhart. 
John Millar. 
John Robertson. 
Gavin Couper. 



Ex-officio, President, Vice-President, and Treasurer of the Paisley Infirmary. 

Secretary and Treasurer — 3. D. Wilson, 12 St. Mu-ren street. 

Ophthalmic Surgeon — N. Gordon Cluckie, M.B., L.F.P.S.G. 

Assistant Ophthalmic Surgeon — Dr. Archd. Donald. 

Matron — Miss Birch. 

Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor. 

President — Sir Thomas Glen-Coats, Baronet. 

Vice-Presidents — Stewart Clark, Peter Jack, and J. Ross Macgregor, 

Hon. Treasurers — William R. Finlator, 12 High street, find William Brown, Bui'netta cottage. 

H(y)i. Secretat'ies — Peter Eadie, Wakefield, and J. Balderston Whyte, C.A., 94 High street. 

Superintendent — Miss Jane Bell, 24 Orchard sti'eet. 

Ofiice-bearers elected yearly in the month of December. 

Office of the As sociation — 112 Causeyside. Fire Lighter Factory — MacKean street. 

Miss Kihble's Reformatory Institution, Greenock Road. 

Opened 1st August, 1859. 
Chairman — James Clark. 
Trustees and Managers — The Sheriff" of Renfrewshire ; The Sherilf-Substitute at Paisley ; The 
Provost of Paisley ; The Minister of the First Charge of the Abbey Parish of Paisley ; The 
Minister of the High Church Parish of Paisley; all for the time being. And Messrs 
Francis Martin, James Clark, Thos. Rowat, Daniel MacKeiizie, and Sawers Aitken. 
Joint Secretaries and Treasurers — Alexander Mackenzie and J. M. Lochhead. 
Governor — James Love. Matron — Mrs. Love. 

Paisley Convalescent Home, West Kilbride. 

Board of Directors. 
President — Stewart Clark. Vice-President — Allan Coats. 

Treasurer — George S. Veitch. Secretary — Francis Martin. 
James Coats, James Arthur, Peter Jack, Peter Coats, J. Stewart Clark, John Gillespie, Robert 
Balderston, John A. Brown, P. H. Coats, Alexander Paterson, Robert Patun, and George 
H. Coats.* 

♦President for the time being of Paisley Infirmary. 

Ladies^ Committee — Mrs. Arthur, Mrs. Kerr, Mrs. Stewart Clark, 

Mrs. Wm. MacKean, Miss Barclay, Miss Pm-ves. 

Madical Oficer — Dr. W. F. Gibb. Visiting Medical Officer— Dv. Richard More. 

Matron — Mrs. Laidlaw. 



APPENDIX. 225 



The Paisley Society for Treatment of Diseases considered Incurable. 

The object for which the Society is established is to maintain a Home for Paisley and neigh- 
hom-hood fitted for the reception of such cases as are considered Incm-able, and unsuited for 
treatment in an ordinary Infirmary, or in the homes of the Patients. 

GLENIFFER HOME, CORSEBAR ROAD. 

Committee of Management fou 1898. 
President — Archibald Coats of Woodside 
Vice-President — Thomas Greenlees, Castlelaead 
C. Bine Renshaw, M.P. I John Armom- BroM'n I Rev. George Park 

Stewart Clark 1 Francis Martin | George Coats, Staneley 

H. H. Smiley I Rev. John. Porteous. Rev. G. J. Tait 

John E. Murray I | George H. Coats 

Hon. Medical Officer — Donald Fraser, M.D. 
Hon. Secretary and Treasurer — James H. Dunn, writer. Matron — Miss Craig. 

Industrial School. 

President — Stewart Clark. 

Secretaries — Young and JIartin, Municipal Buildings. 

Treasurer — John E. Murray. 

Superintendent — James Winchester. Matron — Mrs. Winchester. 

Acting Committee. 



Provost MacKenzie. 
James Robertson. 
Stewart Clark. 
James Parlane. 
A. F. Craig. 
Allan Coats. 
Duncan S. Boyd. 
John E. Murray. 



W. Muir MacKean. i John M'Lachlan. 

George H. Coats. | James Clark. 

James A. Young. i Rodger W. Muir. 

Alexander Lang. i Rev. Dr. Henderson. 

Isaac Kirk wood. Rev. Dr. Gentles. 

John Wilson. Kev. John Paterson. 

George Dobie. Robert Balderston. 

John Andrews. I Richard Yielder. 



Paisley Female Refuge. 

President — George Dobie, Edgemont, Castlehead. 
Treasurer — John Macalaster, Muirholm. Secretary — T. Fulton Reid, writer, 12 Causeyside street 

Matron — Miss Blue. 
With an Acting Committee of Seventeen Members. 



PAISLEY MISSION TO THE DEAF AND DUMB. 

Established 1880. 
Objects : — 

1. To provide extended Religious and Secular Instruction among the Deaf and Dumb in Paisley 

and the sm-rounding district, after they have quitted school. 

2. To visit the Sick, Unemployed, and other Deaf and Dumb persons at their homes. 
Z. To assist the Deaf and Dumb who have good characters in obtaining employment. 

4. To provide an Interpreter M'here necessary. 

5. To grant relief in cases found to be really deserving. 

President — Provost MacKenzie. Vice-President— ^te\y&xt Clark. 

Hon. Treasurer — Thomas Russell, Clydesdale Bank. 

Missionary — John Henderson, Institute for Deaf and Dumb, West Regent street, Glasgow, 

Secretary — Robert Semple, 17 Maxwellton street. Paisley. 

Collector— yfUliaxa Wright, Institute for Deaf and Dumb, West Regent street, Glasgow. 

Mission Hall, 109 Causeyside. 

Paisley Cemetery Company (Limited). 

BOARD OF MANAOEMENT. 
James Gardner, Governor. 



directors. 
James Caldwell. 
T. G. Abercrombie. 



J. R. Cunningham. 
William Wt.lker. 



D. S. Semple. 
John FuUerton. 
Thomas Rowat. 
Young & Martin, Secretaries and Treasurers. Robert Reid, Superintendent. 

Paisley Property Protection Association. 

The object of this Association is to protect Proprietors against all unjust burdens <fec., 

imposed upon their property. 

« President — Robei t Kirk. 

Secretary and Treasurer— John Adiun, writer, 5 County place. 

P 



226 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 

The Paisley Heritable Property Investment Society. 

Incorporated under " The Building Societies Act, 1874." Established 1853. 

President — Daniel Black, mill manager, Greenlaw. 
Board of Directors — The President, Secretary, and Treasurer; A. C' aig Muir, commission agent ; 
Robert Russell, banker; Robert Edmonds, banker; Bailie Paton; William Brown, ware- 
houseman ; J. B. Wotherspoon, card-board manufacturer ; William Muir MacKean, starch 
manufacturer; Alex. B. M'Gown, actua y Savings Bank; and Joseph Whitehead, coal 
merchant. 

Secretary and Law Agent — D. S. Semple, writer, 16 Gilmour Street. 

Treasurers — Jackson & Abercrombie, accountants, 5 County place. 

Surveyor — John Gillespie, licensed valuator, 82 New Sneddon Street. 

Auditors — John Muir, accountant. 23 Moss Street; end J. Balderston Wbyte, C.A., 

94 High Street. 

Bankers— The Clydesdale Bank, Limited: and The National Bank of Scotland, Limited. 

"Economic" Building Societies. 

Directors, First Society — George F. Lochhead, James Barclay, Bailie Fisher, David Christiei 

George Knox, Bailie Wilson, James Barclay, Frank Irvine. 

Second Society— Ex-Bsiilie Smith, Ex-Bailie Fisher, A. Gardiner, jun., John Christie, 

Andrew Watt, Peter Davidson, George G. Kirk, John J. Robertson. 

Secretaries— Winmng & Fulton, Terrace buildings. 

Solieitors—WNavLghton & Lochhead. Surveyor— Veter Caldwell, architect. 

Bankers — National and Royal Banks, Paisley. 

Auditor — Alexander Matheson, accountant. 

Building Trades Federation for Paisley and District, 

AVFILIATED TO THE SCOTTISH BuiLDING TRADES FEDERATION. 

President — John Bryce, builder, 14 Lady lane. 
Vice-Presidents— James Barclay, builder, Christie street, and Provost Thomson, slater and 

plasterer, Johnstone. 
Secretary and Treasurer — T. Fulton Held, writer, 12 Causeyside street. Paisley, and 

92 West Nile Street, Glasgow. 
With a committee consisting of the otflce-bearers and twentj^-one other members. 

The Renfrewshire Association for the Promotion of Trade. 

President — William Shanks, of Messrs. Shanks & Co.. sanitary engineers, Barrhead. 
Vice-President — W. Y. Fleming, of Messrs. Fleming & Ferguson Ltd., engineers and ship- 
builders, Paisle . 
Committee of Management— Robert Brown, A. W. Finlayson, Alexander Fullerton, James Paton, 
C. Bine Renshaw, M.P., William Shanks, William Watson, and George Williamson. 
Secretary and Treasurer — Benjamin Lang, solicitor, Paisley. 

Cowfeeders' and Dairymen's Association. 

Convener — Charles Ashe. Vice-Convener — Daniel Livingstone 

Collector — Robert M'ilurrich, Goekston. 

Directors — John Love, Walter Bowie, John Easdale, Robert Myles, John Russell, John Craig, 

William Provan, Daniel Baillie, Alex. Walker, and Wm. Holmes. 

Clerk and Law J g'en^— Benjamin Lang, solictitor, Paisley. 

OfBce-bearei s elected November of each year. 

Paisley Photographic Society. 

Rooms — 9 Gauze street. 

Son.-Presidents-'H. H. Smiley and Stewart Clark. 

Hon. Vice-Presidents— B,o\)eTt Harris, A. F. M'Callum, Thos. H.Taylor, L.D.S., Morris Wright, 

Edward Cook, and Thomas Rastall. 

President — Rev. John Crouch. Vice-President — Thos. Reid, jun. 

Treasure^' — Andrew Morris. 

Secretary — Robert Milne, 21 Glenview terrace. 

Convener of Lantern Section — David B. Jack. 

Council — Thos. Rastall. James Arthur, John S. Biyce, H. A. Tulloch, Robert Easton, 

Robert Ferrier, and Wm. Hutchison. 

Meetings are held monthly in the Rooms from September till March. Annual meeting held in 

April. Outdoor Excursions with the Camera monthly on Saturdays from May till September. 



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Paisley Naturalists' Society. 

President — R S. Houston. Vice-Presidents — William Peattie and John Dunsmore . 

Hon. Secretary— James Finnic, 5 Hannay street. AssMant Secretaryr-TYvomvLS, H. Semple. 

Hon. Treasurer— Robert Smith. 

Recording Secretaries — Botany — Duncan Keir ; Geology — Andrew Brown, M.A. ; 

Zoology — A. M. Stewart; Ornithology — Charles Hogg. 

Curator and Librarian — J. M. B. Taylor. 

Paisley Shorthand Writers' Association. 

Headquarters — George Temperance Hotel. 

Offlce-Bearers for 1899-1900. 

Patrons — Sir Thomas Glen-Coats, Bart., and Sir William Dunn, Bart., M.P. 

Ho7i. President — John A. Brown. 

Hon. Vice-Presidents — Provost M'Kenzie, James Parlane, and A. B. Carswell. 

Hon. Memebrs — John M. Drennan, Archibald Killin, John Falconer, James D. Wardrop, Wm. 

Hamilton, and W. C. M'Kean. 
President — John Semple. Vice-President — James G. Gorrod. 

Corresponding Secretary and Librarian — David Stewart, jun.. 9 Wellmeadow. ■ 
Recording /Secretory— Thomas A. Ness. Treasurer— J axaQs, Clark. 

Session, October to March. 

Paisley and District Ayrshire Association. 

Constituted 11th February, 1895. 

Patrons — His Grace the Duke of Portland, Hon. Thomas Cochrane, M.P., 

Eugene Wason, M.P., and Matthew Arthur. 

Hon. Presidents — Sir William Arrol and James Robertson, 

President— AlQs.. Murdoch, B.A. Vice-Presidents — Alexander Borland and C. J. Gregg. 

Directors — Dr. Andrew Richmond, Peter Andrews, W. M'Dowall, Alex. Killin, A. Stewart, 

D. Bone, John Pollock, William Brown, and Thomas Rigg. 

Treasurer — James Irvine, 9 Moss street. Secretary -Gavin Crawford, writer, 12 High street. 

Paisley Highlanders' Association. 

President — John Matheson, Vice-President — Charles Cameron. 

Secretary — J. M'Swan, 9 Phillips street. Treasurer— 3o\\n Cameron, 18 Cotton street 
The Directors meet on the flrst Thursday of the Month, at 8 o'clock p.m., in Yielder's Hall, 
Cross. The Annual General Meeting is held on the flrst Thursday of February. Offlce-Bearers 
elected at Annual General Meeting. 

The Club, 102 High Street. 

Committee, 1899-1900. 
Chairman — Georg ^ Hart. Treasurer -John M. Lang. Secretary — J. Edward Campbell. 

James H. Dunn. j Alexander Fullei ton. John Hodgart. 

Walter King. D. M. Poison. James J . Barclay. 

P. M. Coats. 1 George Davies. Alex. M' William. 

Clubmaster— J a.s. Hogarth. 
Meetings of Committee held on the Second Tuesday of each Month. 

The New Club, Forbes Place. 

Committee, 1899-1900. 
Chairman—Walter M'Gee. Treasurer— A. R. Mackenzie. Secretary— ?>. A. Morrison. 



Andrew AUice. Benjamin Lang. 

R. S. Wallace. R. S. Penman. 

Alex. M'Naughtan. Edward Cook. 

Clubmaster — Alexander Malcolm. 
Meetings of Committee held on the second Tuesday of each month 



James Cunningham. 
R. Blair Hay. 
James A. Wilson 



Paisley "Thirteen" Club. 

Instituted October, 1896. 

Chairman — John Young. Vice-Chairman— William Daniel. 

Treasurer— AlexmAev Macfarlane. ^Secretory— James Ferguson, Storie street. 

Paisley Burns Club. 

Instituted 1805. 
Chairman — Dr. William F. G bb. Vice-Chairman — John Hodgart. 

Treasurer and Secretary — James E. Campbell, County place. 
Office-bearers elected first Thursday in February annually. 



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Paisley Gleniffer Burns Club. 

President — James Rigs, 18 Wilton drive, Glasgow. 
Vic -President — John Mathieson, Supervisor, 7 Gilmour Street. 
Secretary — Alex. R. Pollock, Garthlanrt Hou'se. Treasurer— Wm. Bell, Newhall Villa, Glenfield. 
Club meets monthly during winter months. 

Paisley Tannahill Club. 

Chairman — Ex-Bailie Andrews. Vice- Chairman — Alex. R. Roxburgh. 

Secretary — Alex. R. Pollock, Treasurer — Wm. Baird, Glenview 

Election of Office-bearers 3rd of June, annually. 

Tannahill-Macdonald Club. 

Instituted 1874. 

President— R. Lauchlan, Vice President — D. Raeside. 

Treasurer — George Henderson. Secretary — Wm. Berry, 8 Kilnside road. 

Club meets quarterly. 

Paisley Pipers' Club. 

Club Rooms— 92 High Street. 

Hon. President — Lieut.-Col. Millar. President — A. J. Monro. 

Vice-President— D. M'Pherson. Treasurer — John Brown, 1 Macdowall street. 

Secretary — Claud Johnstone, 5 Phillips street. Pipe Major — Alex. Campbell. 

Paisley Gaelic Club. 

Hon. President— CoyoneX Surgeon-Major MacGregor, London. 

President — Huah Cameron. Treasurer— A\fx. Macaulay. 

Secrete?'?/— Donald Macintyre, 12 Argyle street. 

Meets first Thursday of each month in Bain's rooms. Cross, at 8 o'clock. Election first Thm'sday 

in May. 



MASONIC LODGES. 



Provincial Grand Lodge of Renfrewshire (East). 

Grand Master — Lord Blythswood, LL.D., Blytbswood, Renfrew. 

D.M.—F. W. Allan. ' S.M.—A. A. Speirs of Houston and Elderslie. 

S.W.—Wm. Scott, Mount Florida, (617). J. TF.— J. D. Ramsay, Rutherglen (116). 

Secretary — George Glen, Yoker Holm Yoker (426). 

Treasurer — William Mackie. Partick (592). 
Chaplain— Rty . Robt. jSr'Clelland, Inchinnan(426), 
Senior Z>eacow— John Harper (347). Junior beacon — Wm. Boyd, Johnstone (791). 
Architect— John Mair, Paisley (129). Jeweller— S. S. Muri'ay, Renfrew (426). 

Bible Bearer — Jas. Leckie, Linwood (156). 
Director of Ceremonies. — William Law (129). Sword Bearer — J. Humndsen. 

Director of Music— R. M'Nally, Thornliebank (512). Marslial — H. M. Anderson (153). 
Assistant-Marshal— W . Baxter, jun. (242). Standard Bearer— S. Donaldson (617). 
Senior Steward — A. Robertson (307). Junior Stucard — J. Yates (116). 

Inner Guard - W. Watson (116). T^Zer— Robert Clews (129). 

Janitor — L. Chalmers, Well street, Pat ley. 
Office-bearers elected Saturday before first Thursday in February, annually. 

St. Mirrin Lodge, No. 129. 

Instituted 1749. 

Wm. Law, R.W.M. T. Kilpatiick, I.P.M. George Hamilton, D.M. 

Robt. Clews, S.M. Wm. Haldane, S.W. Robert Fisher, J.W. J. Macdonald, Treasurer. 

R. Milne, 21 Glenview terrace. Secretary. 

Rev. W. F. Mills, Chaplain. 

Robt. Landess, S.D. W. M'Ciossan, J.D. James P, Orr, Architect. 

Thos. Walkei-, Jeweller. J. A. Bamett, Bible Bearer. 

Jas. Pattinson, Mus. Bac, Cantab., Director of Music. Andrew Aird, Organist. 

Andrew Moffat, S.S.B. John Paul, J.S.B. John Thomson, S.S. George Robert:on, J.S. 

Samuel Gumming, I.G. John M'Glashan. Tyler. 

Place of Meeting — Masonic Hall, 96 High sti-eet. 

Regular meetings of the Lodge are held on the first and third-Mondays of the Winter months 

and on the first Monday of May, June, July, and August, at 7.30 p.m. 



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Renfrew County Kilwinning Lodge, No. 370. 

A. P. Roxbm-gh, R.W.M. John Adam, I.P.M. John Pattison, D.M. Thomas Home, S.M. 

Roht. Hamilton, S.W. Edward Mallinson, J.W. James Baker, Secretary, 8 M'Ken'ell street. 

William Laing, Treasm-er. Rev. A. M. Lang, B.Sc, Senior Chaplain. 

Rev, Archibald Macintyre. M.A., Junior Chaplai >. Daniel Wilson, S.D. John S. Watson, J.D. 

P. Caldwell, Architect. James Knox, Jeweller. Louis Henry Fenton, Bible Bearer. 

William i^aitison. Director of Music. John Easton, Organist. 

Wm. Kirkwood, Senior Standard Bearer. John Wood ow, Jui ior Standard Bearer. 

Wm. J. Ramsay. Senior Steward. George Easton, Junior Steward. 

Benjamin Ford. Liner Guard. Ebenezer Anderson, Tyler. 

Meets in Masonic Hall, 96 High Street, Paisley, on the first and third Thursday evenings in 

each Month, except May, June, July, and August, when it meets on first Thursday only. 

Election of Office-Bear^ rs on the thiid Thursday of November, 1899. 

Paisley Abbey Royal Arch Chap., No. 76. 

James Cramb, 1st Pr. L. Clialmers. 2nd Pr. 

H. Grunewald, S.E. J. Baker, M.W. — . Alexander, Treasurer. 

— . M'Donald, 1st Soj. — . M-Glashan, 2nd Soj. Arthur Parkinson, 3rd Soj. 

R. Clews, Janitor. 
Meets in Masonic Hall, Paisley, second Tuesday of each month. 



ODDFELLOWS. 



Alexander Wilson Lodge of Oddfellows, M.U., No. 2480. 

Instituted 16th October, 1840. Registered under the New Act, 23rd Sept., 1878. 

James Wright, G.M. Wm. T. Campbell, N.G. James Wood, V.G. John Pollock, E.S. 

John Gavan, Warden. John Polh ck, Tyler. 

Joseph Amy, Surgeon. James Wilson, AssistHnt Surgeon. 

Wm. Allan, Officer and Lecture Master. 

John Baillie, Degree Master. Wm. Young, Treasurer, 8 Thistle street, Meikleriggs. 

James Jamieson, Alfred M'Naughton, and John Storie, Trustees. 

William Walsh, Secretary, 3 Lylesland Terrace. 

Meets every alternate Tuesday at Eight o'clock p.m., in the Royal Oak Hail, Moss street. 

Wm. Walsh, District C.S. John Arthur, District Treasm^er. 

Malcolm Lawder, Johnstoni^, District G.M. 

Secretaryship and Treasurership are permanent, other Office-bearers re-elected half-yearly 

in June and December. 



ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS. 



Court St. John. No. 5222, A.O.F. 

Duncan M-Callum, C.R. John Campbell, S.C.R. 

Robt. Lochhead and John Darroch, Woodwards. James Deans and Alex. Borland, Beadles. 

Wm. Berry, C.B.K. Thomas Raeside, Assistant Secretary. 

William Hamilton, 6 Rosebeiy place. Secretary. 

Thomas M. Cairnie, Newhall terrace, Glenfield, Treasurer. 

T. Fulton Reid, Hugh Harper, and James Thomson, Trustees. 

Dr. John Holms, and Dr. Watt, Court Surgeons. 

Election of Office-bearers in June and December. 

Meets every alternate Wednesday evening, in the Good Templar Hall, Dyers' wynd, at 8 o'clock. 

Paisley District Ancient Order of Foresters. 

Wm. Berry, D.C.R. Robt. M'Dougal, D.S.C.R. Alexander Eccles, D.T. 
James Buchanan, D.S., 10 Ewing street, Kilbarchan. 
Jos. Culbert, Robert B own, and John Cowan, Trustees, 
Alex. Eccles, 80 Broomlands, Relieving Officer, 

Election of Office-bearers in October, 

Court King George, No. 5763, A.O.F. 

David Watt, C,R. Wm. E .glesham, S.C.R. 

John Scott, 24 Caledonia street. Treasurer. Alex. Eccles, 80 Broomlands, Secretary. 

P, M'Barron and A. M'Minigle, Woodwards. Joseph Scott and Wm. M'Cormick, Beadles. 

John Holms, M.D., Court Surgeon. 

Joseph Culbert, James Clark, and Alex. B. M'Gown, Trustees. 

Meets every alternate Wednesday evening, in the Templar Hall, Dyers' wynd, at 8 o'clock. 

Election of Office-bearers in June and December, 



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Loyal order of Ancient Shepherds, A.U. 

Paisley District. 

Andrew M'Lelland, P.C.S. John Macaulay, P.D.C.S. Arthur Baird, P.P.C.S. 

District Treasurer — James Baillie. 

District Secretary— John Hawley, Peveril, Whitehaugh Drive, Paisley. 

Meets on the last Satui day of January, April, July, and October. 

Heather Bell Lodge, No. 1533. 

Worthy Master— Y[\\\\&ra. Eeid, 5 Whitehead street. 

Secretary — John Graham, 105 Causeyside. Treasure! — Hugh M'Kenzle, 88 Causeyside. 

Lodge Surgeon— Andrew Richmond, M.B., C M. 

Meets in I.L.P. Hall, 110 Causeyside street, every alternate Monday, at 7 30 p.m 

Election of Office-bearers last meetings in June and December. 

Ardgowan Lodge, No. 2198. 
James Black, W.M. James Mi rrison, D.M. 

Secretary — John Hawley, Peveril, Whitehaugh drive. Treasurer— Thomas Watson. 

Lodge Surgeon — Andrew Richmond, M.B., C,M. 

Meets ia Tannahill Hall, 18 Moss strett. every alternate Monday, at 8 p.m 
Election of Office-beai'ers last meetings in June and December. 

Gleniffee Lodge, No. 2224. 

Arthur Baird. W.M. M. Colvin, D.M. 

Secretary — Thomas S. N, Shai p, 9 Lady lane. Treasurer — Alex^inder Murdoch, 25 Stock street. 

Lodge Surgeon — Dr Robert Brownridge. 

Meets in the Co-Operative Hall, Great Hamilton street, every alternate Monday, at 8 p m. 

Election of Office-bearers last meetings in June and December. 

Moss-side Lodge, No. 2331. 

Duncan H. Ritchie. W.M. Alex. Hutchison. D.M. 

Secretary — MattheM' Mutrie, 2 Camphill place. Treasurer — Robert Knox. 

Lodge Surgeon— Dv. James Bruce, 12 Gauze street. 

Meets in M'Nicol's Hall, 5 Moss street, every alternate Tuesday. 
Election of OfiBce-bearers last meetings in June and December. 

The Order of Druids Friendly Society— Glasgow Central Equalised 

District. 

Patrick BRhwsTEK Lodge, No. 1918. 

Meets every alternate Tuesday, at 8 p.m., in the Tannahill Hall, Moss street. 

Surgeon — Dr. J. J. Rolb. Secretary — Robert Adam, 10 Kilnside road. 

Sir Wm. Wallace Lodge, No. 22, St. Andrew Order Ancient 
Free Gardeners. 

Meets in Lesser Good Templar Hall, W., Dyers' Wynd, every alternate Monday 
evening, at 8 o'clock. 

Office-bearers for 1899. 

R. W.M.—S. M Galium, jun. D.M.— John Smith. 

Sick Stewards — R. Fitch and Hugh Smith jun. 

Treasurer — John Muirhead, 5 Seedhill road. 

Secretary — Hugh C. Smith. 11 Whitehead street. 

Surgeon — Jas. J. Robb, M.D. — House Address, 85 High street; Dispensary, 74 Love street. 

Election of Office-bearers first meeting in January. 

Wild Rose Lodge, No. 112, British Order Ancient Free Gardeners. 

Instituted 1882. Registered under the Friendly Societies Acts. 

W.M. — Charles Dixon, 2 Rosebery place. D.AI. — Robert Carmichael. 

Surgeon — John Stevenson, M.D. Treasurer — Walter Kirk. 

Secretary — Robert Weir, 7 Clavering Street. 

Meets in West Good Templar Hall, Dyers' Wynd, every alternate Monday, at 8 p.m. 
OflBce-bearers elected at the annual meeting in December. 



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Bonnie Heather Lodge, No. 227, British Order Ancient 
Free Gardeners. 

Instituted 1890. 

Meets in Free Gardeners Hall, Queen street, every alternate Monday evening at 8 o'clock. 

W.M. — David M'Lerie. 3 Knox street. 

2). J/.— Thomas Bennet. P.J/.— James Buchanan. 

Treasurer— John Tolmie, Woodside lodge. Secretari/— Thomas Auld, 16 Argyle street, 

Trustees— Thomas Rigg, John Wilkie, James Watson. 

Lodge Surffeoji—John R. Gibson, M.D. 

Consulting Room— 23 Broomlands street. House— 20 Storie street. 

Election of Office-bearers takes place in December. 

Paisley Hawthorn Lodge British Order Ancient Free Gardeners, 

No. 284. 

Instituted November, 1892. 

Meets in Independent Labour Halls, Causeyside street, every alternate Wednesday. 

TF.i/.— Jamis S. Barr, 6 Cochran street. 

Treasurer— John Thomson, 9 Cochran street. Secretart/— James G. Finlayson, 17 Alice place. 

Lodge /SfMr^reon— Dr. William Russell, M.B., CM., 15 Broomlands and 2 Cotton street. 

House — 82 High street. 

Next Election of Office-Bearers, 20th Dec, 1899. 

GOOD TEMPLAR LODGES. 

DISTRICT LODGE MIDDLE WARD OF RENFREWSHIRE, No. 50. 

D.D., James Hair, 1 Blackball buildings. D. C. T., J. G. M'Kerracher, 15 Seedhill road 

D.S.J.T., Hugh A. Barbour, 22 M'Kerrell street. 

D.E.S., John Baird, 4 Abbey terrace. D.Coun., A. Maxwell, 39 Canal street. 

D.V.T., Ann e Walker, Milliktn street, Houston. 

P.D.C.T., W. Hamilton, Clippens. D. Ti easm-er, William Fleming, 13 Alice place. 

D. Secretary, D. M'Lerie, 3 Knox street. D. Chap., Robt. Bissland, 72 George street. 

D.M., Jas. Caldwell. D.G., Arch. Gemmill. D.A.S., Jas. Cormack. D. Sent,, Alex. Eraser. 

D.D.M., Maggie Rae. 

Executive meets in Good Templar Halls every Second Monday of each month. 

Annual Meeting held Saturday, 9th September, 1899, at 4 p.m. 

GLENIFFER LODGE, No. 14. 

Meets every Thursday evening at 5 Storie street. 

Lodgp Deputy — William Fleming, 13 Alice place. 

STANLEY LODGE, No. 26. 

Meets every Wednesday evening in the East Lesser Good Templar Hall. 

Lodge Deputy— Robt. Bissland, 72 George street. 

JOHN DUNLOP LODGE, No. 28. 
Meets every Tuesday evening in the Good Templar Hall (West Hall). 
Lodge Deputy — Wm. Cochrane, 21 High street. 

ROBERT TANNAHILL LODGE, No. 38. 
Meets every Thursday evening in the Good Templar Hall (West Hall). 
Lodge Deputy— Thomas Rowand, 18 Sand holes. 

CHRISTOPHER NORTH LODGE, No. 875. 

Meets every Ihuisday evening in the Lesser Good Templar Hall. 

Lodge Deputy — Robert i-peirs, 23 Cotton street. 

WALLNEUK LODGE, No. 928. 

Meets every Tuesoay evening in the Lesser Good Templar Hall. 

Lodge Deputy— Daniel Adam, 13 Well street. 

LILY LODGE, No. 272. 
Meets every Tuesday evening in the I.L.P. Hall, at 8 o'clock. 
Lodge Deputy— Robert Gordon, 2 Silk street. 

Sons of Temperance Friendly Society. 

Rock of Safety Division, No. 316. 

W.P., James Mackerracher, 15 Seedhill road. 

Treasurer, Robert Adam, 3 Wardrop street. Scribe, David Leishman, 36 Kilnside road. 

Meets every alternate Friday evening in Terrace hall. Good Templar buildings, at 8 o'clock'. 



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Cadets of Temperance. 

Rock of Safety Section, No. 430. 

W.P. — David Leisliman, 36 Kilnside road. 

Meets every alternate Frday evening in Terrace hall, Good Templar buildings, at 7.30 o'clock. 

Independent Order of Rechabites. 

"George A. Clark" Tent, N^^. 1787, 
C. ft —Robert Paterson, P.D C.R., 30 Williamsburgh. Treasurer— Gilbert M'Laclilan, 

13 Clavering street. 

Secretary — Thomas Rodger, 93 George street. 

Meets every alternate Tuesday Evening in St0'^\ School, Causeyside. 

Office-Bearers are elected at the last Meetings in June and December. 

Paisley United Abstainers' Club. 

Meets eveiy Saturday evening in the Royal Oak, Moss street, at 7.30 p.m. 

President — William Fleming 

Treasurer— John Houston. Secretary— Francis Muir, 15 Greenlaw avenue. 

Office-Bearers elected half-yearly in March and September 

Women's Christian and Abstinence Association. 

Honorary President — Mrs. Stewart Clark, Kilnside. 
Honorary Vice-President — Mrs. Arthur, Barshaw. President — 

Vice-Presidents— Mrs. T. W. M' Alpine, Mrs. A. Coats, Itlrs. F. Martin, ]\Irs. J. Weir, 

Mrs. Harper, and Mrs. Robert Kerr. 

Treasurer — Miss Carswell, Oaksliawhead. Secretaru — Miss Coats, Hayfield, Castlehead. 

Office-bearers are elected in Jlay. 

Total Abstinence Society. 

Office-Beakeks. 

President — Andrew Erskine. Secretary — W. M. Stevenson. 122 George street. 

Treasurer — Robert Houston, 16 Thread street. Collector — John Stevenson. 



Rev. Principal Hutton. 

Dr. Henderson, LL.D. 
Robert Dunlop. 
John Porteous. 
W. F. Mills. 



Honor arv Vice-Presiden ts. 
Rev. W. A Walton. 

Alex. M'Millan. 
Ex-Provost Clark. 

James Johnston. 

H. H. Smiley. 
Hem V Noble. 



Archd. Fairlie. 
Alex. Murdoch. 
John Reid. 
Gavin Couper. 
Peter Eadie, J.P 



Alex. Browning, sen 
Arthur Penman. 
Wm. L. Mitchell. 
John Stevenson. 
Alex. Browning, jun. 



Vice-Presidents. 
Jame< AVinning. MattheAv Slater. 
Committee. 
Robert Campbell. ] John G. Bro -m. 

Joseph Trushell. John Bowie. 

James Walker. John Sommeiville. 

William Hair. John Reid. 

Heniy Isdale. 
Office-bearers elected in October, annually. 

Sharon Hall Mission— if-s Gforge Street. 



President — James G. Dalziel, Glencairn, Glasgow road. 

Treasurer — James M. Stewart, Vo'i George street. 

Office-bearers elected annually in October. 

INCORPORATED SOCIETIES. 



OLD WEAVERS' SOCIETY. 
Instituted 1702. 
Boxmaster — John Millar. Collector — James H. Young. 

Old Boxmaster — George H. Coats. Clerk — Robt. Russell. Officer — Jas. Osborne. 

■Managers — George Wylie, Robert M. Paterson, James E. Campbell, John Hodgart, Alex 
M'William, James Balderston, William Dickson, James B. Lamb, William Gardner, 
Robert Allison, and James Begg. 

INCORPORATION OF MERCHANTS. 

Established 1722. Incorporated 1725. 

Convener — Robirt Allison. Colleaor — Alexander Paterson. 

JVew Master — Jomes Gar>!ner. 

Old Masters — James Hamilton Dunn, Alexander Millar, John Fullerton, James Caldwell, 

John Hodgart, James B. Lamb, and Alex. iSI' William. 

Clerk — John Abercrombie, 23 ;Moss street. Officer — James Osborne. 

Election of Office-bearers in October. 



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MALTMEN'S SOCIETY. 

Institvited 1703. 

Boxmaster — James Biown Richardson (James Harvey &Co. Ltd.), 2 King street, Paisley. 

Collector — Archibald Forrest Graham, Saucel, Paisley. 

Clerk — Thomas Walker, writer. Municipal buildings. 

HAMMERMEN SOCIETY. 

Instituted 1760. 

Deacon — James H. Yountr. Collector — Robert H. Donald. 

Clerk — James Edward Campbell, County place. Officer — James Osborne. 

Directors — J. R. Mac^'egor, James B. Lamb, John M'Gechan, Wm. Gardnei", Alexander 

FuUerton, Geo. Wylie, Jas. Balderston, R. K. Bell, Dr. Thomas Graham, and Robt. Brown. 

GROCERS' COMPANY OF PAISLEY. 

Preses — George H. Coats. Treasurer — William Lang, jun. 

Cletk — Jas. H. Dunn, 3a Gilmour sti-eet. Officer — David Allison. 

Directors — George Dobie, James Houston, Dr. Graham, James Jack, James ONtill, James 

Hamilton, James Robertson, Robert Macfarlane, John E. Murray. 

CO-OPERATIVE AND FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. 



Provident Co -Operative Society (Limited). 

Established 1860. 

President — Gavin Coupcr, 8 Anchor Bu'ldings. 

Vice-President — George Thomson, 1 Woodside place. 

Secretary — James Wood, 2 Phillips street 

Manager — David Rowut, Aldi-rsyde, Glasgow road. 

Registered Office — 140 George street. 

Book-keeper — John Lauchlan — house. The Limes, East Greenlaw, Williamsburgh. 

Gafkier and Factor — Peter Lyall Shannon, 28 Car. iagehill. 

Grocery and Provision Departments — 
Central Store — 139 George street — James RoAvand, salesman. 
Branches — 
No. 1. — 168 George street — Andrew Reid, salesman. 
No. 2. — 68 Love street — James Pollock, salesman 
No. 3. — 48 Broomlands — J. K. Hamilton, salesman. 
No. 4. — 20 Lawn street — Richard Sutherland, salesman. 
No. 5. — 5 Cleopatra buildings, Springbank road — William Semple, salesman 
No. 6. — 24 Underwood road — J. M. Stewart, salesman. 
No. 7. — 78 Broomlands — Andrew Hunter, salesman. 
No. 8. — 7 Mill street -Robert White, salesman. 
No. 9. — lie George street — John Lauchlan, salesman. 
No. 11. — 51 Caledonia sti'eet— David Peacock, salesman. 
No. 12.— 4 Seedhill road — Alex. Callander, salesman. 
No. 13. — 1 M'Kerrell street — Thomas Sunter, silesman. 
No. 14. — 15 Abercorn street — Wm. Strachan, salesman. 
Reserve Store — 139 George street. 
Steam Bakery — 140 George street — James M'llvride, foreman. . 

Fleshing Department. ^ 

Central. — 138 George street — James Maxwell, salesman. 

Branches — 
No. 1. — 91 Causeyside — Richard Wylie, salesman. 
No. 2. — 7 Love street — James Ritchie, salesman. 
No. 3. — 48 Broomlands— Wm. M'Luskip, salesman. 
No. 4. — 1 Cotton sti'eet — Samuel Rae, salesman. 
No. 6. — 21 Underwood — John Jamieson, salesman. 
No. 12. — 4 Kilnside road — William Towns, salesman. 

Jewellery and Hardware — 14 Causeyside — John Sunter, salesman. 

Boot and Shoe Shops — 

14 Causeyside — William Gray, salesman ; and 48 Broomlands— Miss Robertson, saleswoman. 

Bread Shop — 139 George street — Miss Janet Glover, saleswoman. 

Three or four members retire from the Committee each quarter, after having served for tAvelve 

months, but are eligible for re-election. 

Co -Operative Manufacturing Society (Limited). 

President*— 3 ohii Gemmell, 7 Abbey terrace. ^'ecretary*— 3 ohn Paton, 5 Whitehead street 

Manager, Productive Departments— WaRev M'Fadyen, Brierbank, Potterhill. 

Manager, Retail Departments— J. Stewart Barr, 6 Whitehaugh terrace 

Ca,s/n'er— John Muir, Thorn, Johnstone. Book-keeper -Gt^ovge Orr, 3 MavLsbank ter., Blackball. 

* Term of Office, Eighteen Months— elected alternately 

Office, 114 Causeyside. 



234 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 

Equitable Co -Operative Society (Limited), 37 and 38 Great 
Hamilton Street. 

Instituted, 1858. Registered, 14th April, 1863. 

President — Robert M'Intosh, 2 Rowan street. Secretary — Wm. Ritchie, 17 Cai'riagehill. 

Treasurer — John Anderson, 17 Carriagehill. Fourteen Members of Committee. 

Central Store — 35 Great Hamilton street, — Walter Paul, salesman. 
Bakery — 37 Great Hamilton street, — John Harper, manager. 
Butcher's Shop — 38 Great Hamilton street, — John Gilmour, salesman. 
Butcher Shop No. 2 — 17 Carriagehill, — James Semple, salesman. 
Bread Shop — 37 Great Hamilton street, — Miss Wylie, saleswoman. 
Boot and Shoe Shop, 36 Great Hamilton street — Wm. Hall, salesman. 
9 Neilston street,— John Christie, salesman. 
17 Carriagehill, — Joseph Quin, salesman. 
91 Causeyside, — Robert Tweedale, salesman. 
Hardware Department— 38 Great Harailion street — Miss Watson, saleswoman. 

Paisley Equitable Friendly Society. 

Institiited 1825. 

President — Robert Risk, 10 Glenview. Treasurer — James Jamieson, 6 Lylesland. 

Secretary — John Arthur, 39 High street. Auditors— Alex. Morrison and William Robertson 

Officer — John M'Kutchesion, 8 West Campbell street. 

Elections of Office-bearers take place lialf-yearly. on second Monday of June and 

December respectively, 

Scotch Girls' Friendly Society. 

Paisley Branch — 3 Forbes place. 

Hon. President — The Lady Gertrude Cochrane. 

President — Mrs. Arthur, Barshaw. Vice-Presidents — Mrs. Stewart Clark, Kilnside. and 

Mrs. W. H. Coats, Cardell. 

Lodge Superintendent — Mrs. Gentles, Abbey manse Hon. Secretary — Miss Dunn, Woodend 

Hon. Treasurer — Miss Reid, 2 Gai-thland place 

Matrons — Miss J. Ross and Miss Watt. 

Evergreen Equitable Friendly Society. 

Instituted 1833. 

President — George Martin. Vice-President — Allan Maxwell. 

Treasurer — Robert Lauchlan, 13 Moss stieet. 

Collector — Robert Hamilton, 43 Lady lane. 

Secretary — Matthew Hector, 4 Park terrace. 

Registered Office — 4 Park terrace. 

Committee elected last -Vionday in January and July. 

Paisley Friendly Equitable Funeral Society. 

Registered Office — 6 Seedhill road. 

President — William Beaton, 8 Neilston road. 

Treasurer — Dimcan M'Nair, Annfleld place. 

Secretary — Robert Urquhart, 6 Seedhill road. Officer — Ge.)rge Wallace, 38 Lady lane. 

Poll Meetings held on the fourth Mondays of June and December. 

The Scottish Life and Health Friendly Society. 

Instituted 1802. 

Registered Office, 12 Causeyside street. 

President — Robert Balderston. Treasurer — Archibald Nairn. 

Secretary — T, F. Reid, Writer. 12 Causeyside street. Paisley, and 92 West Nile street, Glasgow. 

Trustees — Robert Balderston, John Robertson, John M 'Whirr, and William Scott. 

Physician — Thomas Graham, M.D., 3 Garthland place. 

Law Agent— i:. F. Reid. 

Officer and Collect' r — William Arnott, 5 Meeting-house lane. 

Election on 31st January yearly. 

Paisley Working Men's Independent Funeral Society. 

Instituted in 1858. 

President— K. Cowan, 30 Canal Street. Treasurer — Wm. Kirkwood, 3 Russell street. 

Secretary — A. Colquhoun, Ferguslie buildings. 

Collector — John Wylie, 32 Argyle street. 

Registered Office : 8 Ferguslie buildings. 

Election of Office-bearers about 12th February annuallj\ 

Paisley Funeral Society. 

Instituted 1824. 

President — David Millar. Vice-Presihnt — John Jlillar. Treasurer — John Arthur, 39 High street. 

Trustees — George Archibald, William Walsh, and James M'Curdie. 

Officer — Andrew Greig, 1 BroAvn street (off Well st.-eet). 

Secretary — Archibald Neil, 98 George street. Registered Office 98 George street. 

Election of Office-bearers takes place half-yearly on third Monday of January and July. 



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235 



Paisley Free Public Library and Museum. 

COMMITTEE OF MA^AGEMtNT. 
Messrs. Archibald Coats, George Masson, and John FuUerton, Honorary Members. 
BaiUe Robertson, Convener. James Donald. 

James Clark, Sub-Convener. \ Eev. W. M. Metcalfe, D.D. 

William Souden. I Rev. J. B. Sturrock. 



Robert Paton. 
John Andrews. 
William Brown. 
Hobrrt Adam. 
Dr. Russell. 
John Kent. 
Dugald D. Dickie. 



P. M. Coats. 
George R. Hislop. 
James Hay. 
Robert Balderston. 
James Mure. 
William Peattie. 
James Winning. 



Three a Quorum. 
Stated Meetings of Committee on the third Thursdays of February, May, August, and November 

SUB-COMMITTEES. 
Library.— T>i'. Metcalfe, Convener ; Rev. J. b. Sturrock, Sub-Convener ; Messrs. Robert Pa'on, 
James Clark, John Andrews, James Donald, James Hay, William Peattie, James Winning, 
John Kent, D. D. Dickie, Robert Balderston, and James Mure. 

Museum.. — Mr.Williani Peattie, Convener; Mr. James Bay , Sub-Convener ; Rev. W. M. Metcalfe, 
William Souden, Dr. Russell, James Clark, William Brown, George R. Hislop, and Robert Adam. 
Picture and Sculpture Galleries. — Mr. G. R. Hislop, Convener ; Mr. James Mure, Sub-Con- 
vener; Rev. J. B. Sturrock, Messrs. P. M Coats, Jame-> Hay, John Kent, and James Winning. 

Property.— Mr. Robert Adam, Convener; James Donald, >Sm6 Comener; Messrs. James H&y, 
John Andrews, P. M. Coats, William Brown, William Souden, Robe, t Adam, James Donald, 
Robert Balderston, and James Winning. 
Lecture Hall Committee. — Robert Adam and William Peattie. 

Curator of Library Department — John Renfrew. 

Curator of Museum Department — J. M. B. Taylor. 

Jawifors- Messrs. Charles Robertson and David Beveridge. 

Young & Martin, Clerks. 
LIBRARY. 



Reading Room. 

Open daily from 10 a.m. till 10 p.m. (Sunday 
excepted). 

Lending Department. 

Open daily (except Wednesday) from 12 noon 
till 4 p.m., and 6 p.m. till 9 p.m. Wednes- 
days closed all day. 

Reference Department. 

Open (to ticket-holders only) daily, except 
Wednesdays, from 12 noon till 4 p.m., and 6 
p.m. till 9.45 p.m. Wednesdays closed all 
day. 



Mondays, 
Tuesdays, 

Wednesdays, - 
Thursdays, - 



Fridays, 
Saturdays, 



Mondays, 

Tuesdays, 

Wednesdays, 

Thursdays, 

Fridays, 

Saturdays, 



MUSEUM. 

- 11 o'clock a.m. till 5 p.m. 

- 11 o'clock a.m. till 5 p.m., 

and from 7 till 9 p.m. 

- 11 o'clock a.m. till 5 p.m. 

- 11 o'clock a.m. till 5 p.m., 

and from 7 till 9 p.m. 

- 11 o'clock a.m. till 5 p.m. 

- 11 o'clock a.m. till 10 p.m. 



PICTURE GALLERY. 
- 11 till 5. 



11 till 5 and 7 till 9. 

11 till 5. 

11 till 5 and 7 till 9. 

11 till 5. 

11 till 10. 



Philosophical Institution. 

Instituted, 1808. 

Honorary President — James Coats, jun. 

President— Hev. A. Henderson, LL.D., F.R A.S. 

Vice-Presidents — James Caldwell, F.S.A.S., and William Peattie. 

Secretary — James Gardner, solicitor, 3 County Place. 

Treasurer — John Woodrow, John Neilson Institution. 

Council— W. F. Gibb, M.D.; Alex. Pottie, James Hay, James B. Stewart, William Walker, 

John Millar, Robert Russell, Rev. George Pirk, James Parlane, Angus M'Lean, B.Sc; Thomas 

Reid, M.A.; and D. B. Jack. 

Lecture and Wo7-k Committee — President, Secretary, Trjisuier, Mr. Walker, Mr. Stewart, Mr. 
Peattie, Dr. Gibb. and Mr. M'Lean. 

Museum Committee — President, Secretary, Treasurer, Mr. Reid (convener), Mr. Peattie, Mr. 
Pottie, Mr. Millar, and Mr. Hay. 

Reference Library Committee — President, Secretary, Treasui'er, Mr. Caldwell, Dr. Gibb, Mr. 
Walker, Mr. Hay (convener). Rev. Mr. Park, and Mr. Russell. 

Observatory Committee — President, Secretary, Treasurer, Mr. Stewart, Mr. Reid, M.A.; Mr* 
MLsan, B.Sc; Mr. Hay, Mr. Pottie, Rev. Mr. Park, Mr. Parlane— Rev. Dr. Henderson and Mv 
Woodrow, joint-conveners. 

conveners of departments. 
Literature and Philosophy — M^". Walker. Astronomy and Meteorology — Mr. Stewnrt. Geology 
and Mineralogy — Mr. Pe ttie. Chemistry and Physics — Mr. Angus M Lean, B.Sc. Natural 
History and Biology— Dr. Gibb. 



236 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 

The Coats Observatory. 

Oakshaw. 
Trustees — The Council of the Paisley Philosophical Institution. 
Committee of Management. 
Rev. Dr. Hendevoon. [ Messrs. James Gardner. I Mr, John Woodrow. 

Messrs. J. B. Stewart. | Alex. Pottie. I Rev. Mr. Park. 

Angus M'Lean,B.Sc. Thomas Reid, M. A. I Mr. James Parlane. 

I James Hay. ! 

Secretary — James Gardner, Solicitor, 3 County Place. 
Treasurer — John Woodrow, John Neilson Institution. 
Joint-Conveners — Rev. Dr. Henderson, and Mr Woodrow. 
Curator — Donald Jlaclean. 
Open to Members and Assoc ates of Philosophical Institution every la\v;ful daj^ from 7 p.m. (or 
dusk if earlier than 7) to 11 p.m. ; on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, from 
11 a.m. to 3 p.m., and on Mondays from 12 noon till 3 p.m., and on Wednesdaj'^s only in the 
evening. 
Open to Public, on Payment of Fee of 2d., on Mondays and Thursdays from 7 to 9 p.m. 

Paisley Art Institute. 

Hon. President — John Poison. Hon. Vice-President — Arch. Coats. 
Honorary Committee. 



Lord Blythswood. 
Sir William Dunn, Bart., M.P 
Sir Thomas Glen Coats, Bart. 
Sir William Arrol, M.P 



Charles Hayes 



Ex-Provost Clark 
James Caldwell. 
Stewart Clark, ex-M.P. 
H. H. Smiley. 
Hon. Secretary — John A. Rennison, 15 Gilmour street. 
Chairman — John Millar. Vice-Chairman — Robt. Cochran 

Managing Committee 



William Stewart. 

John Fullerton. 

C. Bine Renshaw, M.P. 



James Anderson. A. B. M'Kechnie. 

Wiiliam Barr. H. Macdougall. James E. Christie. 

W. B. M'Lennan. Robert Cairns. John Robertson. 

William Pratt. James Mure. Dr. Gardner. 

Arch. Kay, R.S.W. 
Secretary and Treasurer — Benjamin Lang, solici'or. Paisley. 
Annual Exhibition of Pictm-es from about 25th December till end of Januaiy. 
OflSce-bearers elected May of each year. 

Paisley Art Union. 

Sanctioned by the Board of Trade, under the Act 9 a 10 Vict., cap 48. 
Committee of Management— Neil Buchanan, Sir Thomas Glen-Coats, Bart., John Fullerton, 
Robert Smith, William B. M'Lennan, Alexander Fullerton, Robert Cairns, John Millar, 
W. Snodgrass Bryce. 

Trea stiver and Secretary — Benjamin Lang, solicitor. Paisley. 

Paisley Choral Union. 

Meets for practice in Geo. A. Clark (Minor) Town Hall, on Thursday evenings, from September 

till March at 8 o'clock. 
The Council consists of twenty Members — comprising 14 officials and six ordinary 

n.emberj* of Council. 

President — T. B. M'Lennan. Vice-Presidents — Hugh Brown and John Eadie. 

Choir-Master — James Barr Vice-Choir-Master — R. Greenlees 

Honorary Secretary — John Barr, 81 High street. 

Assistant Secretaries — Thomas Reid and Neil M'Callum. 

Treasurer — David Bryce, Meikleriggs. Assistant Treasurer — James Cunningham. 

Librarian- — William Adam. 

Assistant Librarians — Thomas Barr, James K. Steel, and R. H. Cochran. 

Ordinary Members of Council — Thomas Thomson, John A. Reid, A. Morris, John Calton, 

A. C. Miller, and John Wilson. 
Next Election of Office-bearers in or about the months of May or June, 1900 

Paisley Philharmonic Society. 

For the Study and Practice of Orchestral Music. 

Hon. President — Sir William Dunn, Bart., M.P. 

President — A. M. Macdougall, 4 Whitehaugh terrace. 

Vice-Preside)its — James S. M'Gallan, 10 Hillview, and James W. Erskine, 42 Lady lane. 

Secretary — A. W. Parlane, Castlehead. Treasurer — Andw. Erskine, jun., 42 Lady lane. 

Librarian — Robert MacNab, 48 Causeyside. Assistant Librarian— Thos. Hart, 5 Greenlaw ave 

Conductor of Junior Section — J. Orr JIacNab, 2 East Croft. 

Members of Committee — William Baird, sen , John Barr, Alexander Kelly, George Dick, 

James B. Parlane, and Frank Irvine. 

Conductor of the Society — James Pattinson, Mus. Bac, Cantab., 1 Greenlaw avenue. 



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237 



The Paisley Tramways Company (Limited). 

DIKECTOES. 

Chairman — Alexander Faill, 52 Robertson street, Glasgow. 
John Gilclirist StcAvart, West Highland I John Forbes Baird, Greenock road, Paisley. 
Carrying Company, Glasgow. I 

Auditor — Alexander Matheson, accountant, Paisley. 

Treasurer and Secretary — Alexander MacKenzie, writer, 7 Gilmour street, Paisley 

Solicitors — M'Innes, MacKenzie, & Lochhead, Paisley. 

Bankers — The British Linen Company's Bank. 

Manager — Robert Drummond, Incle street. 

Registered Office or the Company— 7 Gilmour street, Paisley. 

Traffic Office and Stables — Incle ^treet, Paisley. 

Paisley Coffee Room Buildings. 

COMMITTEE OF PROPRIETORS. 

Convener— 3ohn Fullerton. Treasurer — James Caldwell. 

Secretary — James Gardner, Writer, 3 County place. 



James Caldwell. 
Thomas Rowat. 
Francis Martin. 



James Jack. 
John Fullerton. 
William Hutchison. 



James Gardner. 
E'eetion of Ofiice-Bea'ers on 1st of June annually. 



Good Templar Hall Trust. 

Hall, Dyers' Wynd, Paisley. 

Offlce-Bearers for 1899-1900. 

Chairman — Henry Harper. Vice-Chairman — Robert Paton. 

Secretary and Treasurer — James G. Mackerracher, 15 Seedhill road. 

Hallkeeper and Letter — Robert Martin, 20 Sandtioles. 

Trustees — 



Stewart Clark. 


John Brown. 


Alexander Murdoch. 


John Poison. 


John Reid. 


Allan Coats. 


James Clark. 


James AVinning. 


Alexander Lang. 


Wm. Muir MacKean. 


John A. Brown. 


Robert l^aton. 


Roger W. Muir. 


Peter Coats. 


Thomas Y. Reid. 


John Muir. 


Jas. G. Mackerracher 


William RoUand. 


James Inglis. 


Henry Harper. 


Archibald Fairlie. 



The Duncan Wright Endowment. 

TRUSTEES (Officiis). 
A. E. Henderson, Esq., Sheriff-Substitute. Treas. Mathieson. 

Pi ovost Mackenzie. F. Martin. 

Bailies Smith. Mini>ter Fir^t Cliaige Abbey Pari^h. 

Galbraith. Minister Second Charge Abbey I'aiish. 

Nicolson. Revs A. M Larg. 

Hutchison. Gavin J. Tait. 

Allison. Jo! n Porteous. 

Wilson. John Millar, Boxmaister Old Weavers' Society. 

Robt. Allison, Convener Mtrchants' Society. 
LIFE TRUSTKES. 
Hugh Wright, of Alticr>. and all ex-Provosts of the Biu'gh. 
TreasuT'er and Clerk — Robeit Thomson, Town Chambei'Liin. 



The Peter Brough Bequest Fund. 

Trustees. 

P. M. Brough. 
G. S. Veitch, J.P. 
John Logan, J.P. 
R. K. Bell, J.P. 
James Gardner. 



Sheriff Henderson. 

Provost M'Kenzie. 
Rev. T. Gentles, D.D. 
Rev. J. Porteous, B.D 
Rev. J. B. Sturrock, M.A, 



Secretary, Treasurer, andLawAgent—JarAes Gardner, Solicitor, S County place. 
Ladies Committee in connection with the Nursing Branch:— Mrs. Arthur, Mrs. George Coa-s 
Mrs. Gentles, Mrs. Allan Coats, Mrs. Ahison, Miss Barclay (Secretary), Miss H. Millar,' 
Miss Mackinlay, Miss Jessie Macgi'egor, J!iss Purvis. 
House Committee— Mrs. Arthur, Mrs. Allison, Miss H. Millar, Mrs. Allan Coats, Mrs. Gentles 

{'onvener). 
Alimentary Work-— Miss Purves, Miss Mackinlay, Miss Macgregor, Miss Barclay {Convener). 
Superintendent of Nurses — Miss Watson, 41 Oakshaw street. 
Home— 41 Oakshaw street, in affiliation M'ith Queen Victoria's Jubilee Institute for Nurses. 



238 



PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 



Sabbath School Union. 

Office-bearers for 1899-1900. 

President — Archd. Fairlie. Vice-Presidents — John Glover and J. T. Hellyer. 

Treasurer — David Buchanan, 6 Forbes place. 

Secretaries — George L. Muir, 12 Greenlaw avenue, and George G. Kirk, la Laiglipark. 

Directors. 



John M'Dougal. 


Alex. Gardiner. 


Alexander Murdoch. 


Allan Coats. 


John Harvey. 


Roger W. Muir. 


John Taylor. 


John Macalaster. 


Hugh Harper. 


John Maclcay. 


Alex. Lang. 


James Parlane. 


A. Craig Muir. 


Wm. Holland. 
J. G. Morton. 

Sabbath School Societies. 


D. M'Allister. 


Baptist George Street. 


Established North. 


Free St. George's. 


„ Victoria Place. 


South. 


Methodist— Primitive . 


„ Thomas Coats 


„ St. George's. 


,, Wesleyan. 


Memorial. 


Evangelical Union. 


U.P. Abbey Close. 


Congregational. 


Free Gaelic. 


,, Canal Street. 


Episcopal, Trinity. 


„ High. 


„ George Street. 


Established Abbey. 


„ Martja's'. 


„ Lylesland. 


„ Greenlaw 


Middle. 


„ Mossvale. 


High. 


OakshaAV (R.P.). 


,, Oakshaw Street. 


„ Martyi's'. 


,, Sherwood. 


„ St. James'. 


„ Middle. 


South. 
Country School, Inkermann. 


„ Thread Street. 


Election of C 


)fflce-bearers takes place annually in March. 



Paisley and District Christian Endeavour Union. 

Office -Bearers. 

Hon. President — Rev. R. E. Glendening. 

Hon. Vice-Presidents — 

Rev. W. A. Walton, B.D. i Rev. John Russell, M.A. 

Rev. A. Halllday. I Rev. Gordon Lawrence, M.A. 

President — Robert Gladstone. Vice-Presidents — James Weir and Miss Martha Howie. 

Treasurer— lM9,s Elsie Ross, 94 George street. 

Recording Secretary— John Morange, -39 Caledonia street. 

Corresponding Secretary — John Ferguson, jun., 26 Well street. 

OflRce-Bearers are elected on the second Saturday of May. 



Free Breakfast Mission. 

Office-bearers, 1898-99. 

Hon. President — Stewart Clark, Kilnside. President — Mrs. James Reid, 2 Royal Terrace. 

Chairman — Hugh Hamilton, 4 Bank street. 

Treasurer — Miss Agnes Barclay, Deanville, Greenlaw drive. 

Joint Secretaries — Miss Jane Bell, 24 Oichard street, and Hugh F. Hamilton, 4 Bank street. 

Mission Hall — 109 Causeyside. 

Janitor — Louis Short, 24 High street. 

Meetings : — Breakfast to poor children every Sabbath morning from October till end of May 

at 9.15 ; Children's Church Service at 9 45 ; Sabbath School at 5.15 p m. 



Paisley Christian Benevolent Society. 

Instituted in 1840. 

Office-Bearers for 1898-99. 

President — Ex-Provost Clark. 

Vice-Presidents — Francis Martin, Wi'iter, and L. Mackinnon. 

Treasurer — W. Pollock, 10 Hlllview place. 

Secretary — John Glover, 7 Buchanan terrace. 



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Young Men's Christian Association. 

The objects of the Association are : — 

1st, The influence of the Members in thesphere of their daily calling by character and testimony. 
2nd, The Instituting of Classes for Literary and Educational purposes. 
3rd, The carrying on of Mission "Work. 

4tli, The formation and maintenance of Branches meeting on Sabbath morning for Prayer and 
Keligious Improvement. 

The diiferent Branches meet in the following places on Sabbath mornings at Ten o'Clock : — 
Free Oakshaw Branch, in OakshaM^ Free Church Hall. 
Free South Branch, in the Free South Church Hall. 
Free High Branch, in the Brough Memorial Hall. 
Canal Street Branch, in Canal Street U.P. Church Hall. 
St. James' Branch, in St. James' U.P. Church Hall. 
Wallneuk Branch, in Wallneuk Mission Hall. 
Mossvale Branch, in Mossvale U.P. Church Hall. 
Victoria Place Baptist Branch, in Victoria place Hall. 
Free St. George's Branch, in the Free St. George's Hall. 
Thread Street U.P. Branch, in Church Committee Room. 
Sherwood Free Church, in Sherwood Hall. 
Free Middle Branch, in Free Middle Hall. 
Middle Parish Branch, in Middle Parish Session House. 
Central Branch, in Central Y.M.C.A. Rooms. 
Evangelical Union Branch, in Liberal Club Hall. 
John M. M'Callum's and Wilham Crawford's Class meets in Y.M.C.A. Rooms, at 5 p m. 
Central Rooms, "Express" Buildings, 12 Causeyside. Janitoi- — Mr. Robert Cochrane. 

Office-Bearers. 
Hon.-Fresident— Sir Thomas Glen-Coats, Bart. 
Hon .- Vice-Presideti ts — 
J. M. M'Callum. 
Francis Martin. 
Roger W. Miur. 
Samuel Dougall 
Peter Eadie. 

And all Ministers of Christian denominations. 

President — J. T. Hellyer, Croftdene. 
Vice-Preside7its — Robert Gladstone and James B. Fotheringham. 

Recording Secretary — James Burrell, 3 Gladstone terrace. 
Corresponding Secretary — Robert M'Intosh, 4 Gladstone terrace. 

Treasurer — David Rowand, 4 M'Kerrell street. 

Representative to Scottish National Council — Robert Y. Howie. 

Statistical Secretary — James Renfrew, Helena villa. 

Conveners of Committees. 

Branch Extension — John Gladstone, j an. Mission and Temperance — George Wallace 

Finance — David Rowand. Educational and Lecture — William Young. 

Recreation — William Steel. Rooms — James Burrell. 

OfRce-Bearers elected on second Tuesday of March. 



Sir Wm. Dunn, Bart. , M.P. 
Stewart Clark. 
Peter Coats. 
Geo. H. Coats. 
Provost Mackenzie. 



George Ross. 
J. F. Baird. 
Wm. Rolland. 
James Jack. 
John M'AUister. 



Paisley Council, Church of Scotland Young Men's Guild. 

President — Rev. C. W. Hutch eson, B.D. Vice-President— 5 wiv^^ W. Cassells. 

Secretaries— Z^rsxQ^ F. M'Callum, 7 Wellmeadow, and David Thow, 10 Clavering street. 

TVeaiwre/'— William Semple, 9 Lady lane. 

Executive Committee — Rev. W. E. Lee, M.A., Archibald Fairlie, J. M. Fairlie, John Ewing Hugh 

Ross, Matthew Reid, George Adam (Banhead), and office-bearers. 

OfiSce-Bearers are elected at the Annual ^Meeting held on the second Friday in May. 



240 



X2,£:i^IG-IOXTS 



Church of Scotland. 

Abbey Church, 
r\bbey close. 

Gaelic (St. Coltimba), 
Oakshaw street. 



Greenlaw Church 



High Church, Church- 
hill. 

Martyrs' Church, 
Broomlands. 



Middle Church, 
Churchhill. 

North Church, 
Love street. 



St. George's Church, 
George street. 



South Church, 
Neilston street. 



I^IlNISTKK.S. 



Thomas Gentles, D.D. (1st 

Charge), Abbey manse. 
J. B. Dalgety (2nd Charge), 
1 Mansion-house road 



David Johnstone, Glenview, 
Potterhill. 



Walter Edward Lee, M.A., 
Arkleston road. 



A. M. Lang, B.Sc, High Church 
manse, 45 Oakshaw street. 



James Thomson, B.D., Martyrs' 
manse, Castlehead. 



George Park, 2 Garthland place. 



James Young, B.D., North 
manse, Inchinnan road. 



Preckntoks. 



J. Barratt, Mus. Bac. 
Oxon. , organist & 
choirmr., Sunnyside, 



Thomas Gray. 



Vacant. 



Alf. H. Mann, a.r.co., 

38 New street. 



James Waddell. 



J. Roy Fraser, organist 
and choirmaster 



Andw. Kelly, organist. 



A. Fyfe Burns, M.A., 7 Garth- 
land place. 



VV. M. Metcalfe, D.D., South 
manse, Castlehead. 



Fire Church. 
Free Oakshaw-street, 

93 Oakshaw street. 
Free Gaelic Church, 

Sh uttle street. 
Free High Church, 

Orr s quare. 



Free Martyrs' Church 
77 Broomlands. 

Free Middle Church, 
School wynd. 



Free St. George's, 
36 New street. 



Sherwood Free Church 
Glasgow ro ad. 

Free South Church, 
75 Causeyside. 



James A. Cables, M.A. 



William M 'Pherson, Free Gaelic 
manse, Calside. 



James B. Sturrock, M.A., manse, 

29 Oakshaw street. 

Vacant. 



James Rennie Caird, M.A., 
manse, Calside. 



Gavin J. Tait, M.A., manse, 
Blackball. 



Robert Sangster Anderson, M.A. 
Camphill cottage 



John Paterson, M.A., manse, 
Calside. 



W. B. Dalgety, or- 
ganist. 



John Easton, har- 
moniumist. 



A. C. Miller. 



Malcolm Gillies. 



James Lyall. 



Moses Aitken. 



Allan Craig. 



Albert Holroyd, A.R.C.O., 
organist and choirnn aster- 



H. Turner, organist and choii ■ 
master, 13 Greenlaw aveniie, 



A. M. Macdougall. 



U P. Church. 
Abbey Close U.P., 
10 Abbey close. 



Canal Street U.P., 
Canal street. 



George street, 

21 George street _ 
Oakshaw street, 

50 Oakshaw street. 



A. Henderson, LL.D.,F.R.A.S., 

Ashgrove, Castlehead. 



George Clark Hutton, D.D., 

Mount Pleasant. 
Andrew Elder, The Grange, 

Meikleriggs. 



John Porteous, B. D. , Arkleston 
villa, Arkleston road 



Wm. Alexander, or- 
ganist 



James R. Taylor (vol.) 



William Pattison. 

Alexander Macdonald, 
harmoniumist. 



1 Session Clerk — Hush M'Kay, 6 Barclay street. 2 clerk to Trustees — Alex. Eccles, 80 Broomland!). 
5 Clerk of ;^TanaKers— Robert Fleminc;, 2 Rosebeiy place. ^ Clerk to Deacons' Court- -i;obert 
Deacons' Court— Thomas Kerr, Camnethan villa. «* Clerk to Deacon's Court — James F. Hamilton, 



1> JE3 DM" O IVEI T^Jh.TXOT>ffS* 




Z41 


Church Officers. 


Secretary or 
Session -Olkrk. 


Treasurer. 


When 
Built. 


Number 
of 

Sittings. 


Jas Adams, 11 Abbey 

close. 


George Beveridge, 2 
Mansfield place 


George Beveridge, 5 
Mansfield place 


1160 


965 
1143 


Jas. Baird, 12 War- 
drop street, Beadle. 


Angus M'Kinnon, 6 Charles Cameron, 5 
Bank street. ^ ' Maxwell street. 


1793 


James Anderson, 8 
Phillips street. 


R. Blair Hay, writer, 
14 Moss street. 


R. Blair Hay, writer, 
14 Moss street. 

John Noble, 3 Park 
terrace. 


1889 


520 
1300" 


Robert Arthur, 13 
Oakshaw street. 


J. G. Thomson, Strat- 
tonville, Meikleriggs 

John C W^ilson, 3 
Stirling street.^ 

William Peattie, 2 
Gilmour street. 


1754 

completed 

1835 

Renl895 


John Ritchie, 4 East 
lane, Ferguslie 

Andrew Tannahill, 
17 Moss street. 


Robert Reid, Ceme- 
tery lodge 


964 


William Peattie, 2 
Gilmour street. 


1781 

Renl885 


924 


Andrew Tannahill, 
29 Glen street. 


Daniel M'Allister, 29 

Glen street.^ 
A. Murdoch, Gallow- 

lea, Meikleriggs.^ 


Robt. P. Bennet, 4 
Phillips street. 


1834 

Rebl888 


725 
1300 


James Osborne, 7 
George street. 


A. Murdoch, Gallow- 
lea, Meikleriggs. 


1820 
Renl894 

1836 


Alex. Weatherstone, 
2 Alexandria place. 


Hugh M'Kenzie, 88 
Causeyside.^ 


Alex. Tagg, Glenfruin 
villa, Calside ave. 


832 


Robert Cochrane, 
12 Causeyside. 


Thomas Scott, 86 
High street.^ 


A.Gardner, Gilmourst. 
Wm. Pollock, 10 Hm- 
view place. 


1810 


650 
450 


Duncan M 'Kellar, 1 1 
West Buchanan st. 


Archd Smith, 63 
George street. 


Donald M 'Kellar, 19 
Greenhill road. 


1844 


David Livingstone, 3 
John street. 

James Lang, 9 Sand- 
holes. 


John Kent, 12 Seed- 
hill road. 


John Cunningham, 13 
Alice place 


1845 


1016 

640 

1050 


D. Hamilton, Belle- 
vue, Meikleriggs.^ 


William Watt, jun., 
1 Castle street 


1847 

1844 
Rebl863 


George Macfarlane, 
2 George place 


Lachlan M'Kinnon, 3White- 
haugh tar., and William 
M'Nair, 5 Hillvicw. 


Matthew Muir, 2 

Janefield place 
John Boyd, Park Ho. , 
Oakshaw. 


James Carruth, 38 

New street. 
George Carruth, 1 

Williamsburgh 
John Flett, 3 Thomas 

street. 


A. P. Graham and J. 
W. Pollock. 8 


1844 


836 


Wm. Brown, Burnetta 
cottage.^ 


R.D.Caldwell, Hazel- 
bank, Hawkhead rd. 


1891 


720 


James Robertson, 
Marionfield.^o 


Hamilton Crawford, 
1 Royal terrace. 


1846 


782 

800 
800 


James Grant, 23 
Abbey street 


William Campbell, 
Burnbank, Calside. 


William Hutchison, 
Calside villa. 


1827 
T781 


John Muir, 10 
I^ady lane. 


John Wilson, Brown- 
heath, Craw road. 


John M. Drennan, 40 
Millarston. 


Peter M'Gregor, 69 
Canal street. 


Daniel B. MacColl, 
20 Whitehead st. 


Daniel B. MacColl, 
20 Whitehead st. 


1822 


750 


Wm. Arnot, 5 Meet- 
ing-House lane. 


John Ritchie, 25 
George street 


Wm. Renfrew, Fer- 
guslie farm. 


1824 


580 



3 Also Secretary to Trustees, ■* Secretary and Treasurer to Trustees — James Hay, 10 High street. 
Macfee, 3 Moss street. '' Clerk to Deacons' Court — John King, 1 Hannay street. 8 Clerk to 
81 Broomlands. lo Clerk to Deacons' Court — James Copland, 4 Mansfield place. 

Q 



242 


X&SZ^XGMOTJS 




Ministers. 


Precentors. 


U. P. Church — con. 
St James' Church, 

Underwood road. 
Thread Street, 

9 Thread street. 


W. Ainslie Walton, B.D., St. 
James manse, Castlehead 


Wm. Agate, organist 
and choirmaster. 


Andrew G. Fleming, Gowanlea, 
Castlehead. 


James Pattinson, Mus. 
Bac. , Cantab, organist. 


Mossvale Church, 
Greenock road. 


David Hall, 9 Buchanan terrace. 


Daniel M'Farlane. 


Lylesland Church, 
Stock street. 


John M'CoU, M.A., Bushes. 


William Lawrie, jun. 


Reformed Presbyterian 
Church, Storie st. 

Original Secession, 
3 Wellmeadow. 


Robert Dunlop, Ardgowan cot- 
tage, Blackhall. 


John Barr (voluntary). 


E.ev. James Young, 7 Green- 
law avenue. 


Voluntary. 


George Street Baptist 
Chapel, 154 George 
street. 

Thomafi Coats Memo- 
rial Baptist Church, 
High street. 


William Crozier, 3 Mansfield 
place. 


James Robertson. 


Walter Mursell, Marchmont, 
Potterhill. 


Montague Smith, organ- 
ist and choirmaster. 


Victoria Place Baptist 
Chapel, Lady lane. 


R. E. Glendening, 2 Lylesland 
terrace. 


William Coats, jun., 5 
William street (vol.) 


Congregational Church 
School wynd. 


W. James Dickson, The Manse, 
Glasgow road. 


James Spence, har- 
moniumist (volun.). 


Evangelical Union Con- 
gregational Chapel, 
21 New street. 

'Evangelical Union, 
Liberal Club Hall. 


Alexander Wilson, 1 Stanley 
place, Causeyside. 


Harry Sutcliffe. 

Joseph Dickie and 
Andrew Kelly (vol.) 


T. Stirling Metrustry. 


Primitive Methodist 
Church, St. James 
street. 


Joseph Ritson, 56 Love street. 


Jas. Monaghan (volun. ). 


St. Alirin's B.C. 
Chapel, 3 East Bu- 
chanan street. 


Hugh Canon Chisholm, 2 East 
Buchanan street. 


John J. Donnelly. 


St. Mary's B.C. 
Church, George st. 


J. M 'Donald, 73 George st., Wm. 

Horgan, Peter Tracey. 
W. F. Mills, manse, 60 Love 

street. 


W. Brennan, conductor. 
C. Cunningham, organ. 
Allan BeU, 1 Royal 
terrace, Glasgow rd. 


Trinity Episcopal 
Church,^t. James pi. 

Neu) Jerusalem Church 
George street. 

St. Barnabas Episcopal 
Church, Castle st. 


Louis G. Hoeck, Newtonville, 

Hawkhead road. 
W. Foster Smith, 6 Townhead 

terrace. 


Miss Murray, organist. 


— 


Wesley an Methodist 
Society, Storie st. 


J. CoUiver Williams. 


A. W. Allen, organist 
and choirmaster (vol. ) 


Free Christian Church, 
G. A. Clark North 
Minor Hall. 


Rev. Alex. C. Henderson, M.A., 
B.D. 


H. Brown, sr., choirm'r. 
H. Brown, jr. , organ'st. 



1 Clerk to Managers — W. R. Finlator, 12 High street. 
3 Clerk to Managers — William Work, Craw road. 



x>s 3xr o 3VC xnj.A.-no^TS. 




243 


Chuech Officers. 


Secketakt or 
Session -Clkrk. 


Teeasueer. 


When 
Built. 

1884 


JTumber^ 

of 
Sittings. 

1050 


David Allison, 5 
Underwood road. 


Jas. Robertson, Salis- 
bury lo. , Meikleriggs. ^ 


John Adam, Nor- 
well, Castlehead 


Jas. Ferris, 8 Thread 

street. 


John Pattison, 23 
Moss street. 


J. B. Wotherspoon, 
Sunnyside. 


1808 


1000 


Thomas Hiddell, 16 
Mossvale street. 


Wm. Reid, 2 Cale- 
donia street.^ 


James M'Naughton, 
1 Caledonia street 


1884 


642 


James Galletly, 2 
South Orr street 


Alexander Watson, 
4 Gladstone terr.^ 


Andrew F. Lochhead, 
Harmony cottage, 
Falside. 


1885 


600 


— 


John Barr, 2 Gordon 
pL, King st. (west). 

Francis Davidson, 46 

Moss street.'* 


John Davidson, Car- 
riagehill house. 

Alex. Hamilton, 16 
Wellmeadow st. 


1868 


350 


Andrew Howe, 
3 Johnston street. 

J. Ginn, 13 Lady 
lane. 


1892 


500 


Thomas Turner, 25 
Broomlands street. 


John Miller, 13 Lady 
lane. 


1860 


450 


J. Crawford, 30 
Oakshaw street 


Neil M 'Galium, 3 
Mavisbank terrace. 
Blackball. 


George Barr, 8 Orr 
street, and Thomas 
Smith, 8 Calside. 

Allan Coats, Hay- 
field, Castlehead. 


1894 


800 


George Wallace, 38 
Lady lane. 


Alexander Lyle, 1 
Ferguslie buildings. 


1867 


600 


John Sweeney, 1 
Church place. 


J. T. Hellyer, Croft- 
dene, Hawkhead rd. 


Hugh Harper, Oak- 
shawhead house. 


1886 


459 


Peter Reid, 38 New 
street. 


Peter Allan, The 
Cross. 

Edward FrondigounV 
2 Alice place, and 
Peter Burt, jun., 
15 M'Kerrell st. 


Andrew Moffat, 

Meikleriggs. 


1737 


650 




George Stubbs, jun. 




400 


Wm. Stevenson, 7 
St. James street. 


John Cashmore, 100 
High street. 


F. M'Creery, 4 Cross- 
flat crescent. 


1820 

Renl887 

1808 
1891 


650 
800 








M. Magrath, 108 
George street 


— 


— 


900 


Vacant. 


Ed. Russell, 4 Tanna- 
hill pi. , Greenock rd. 

James Murray, The 
Mound, Castlehead. 

Sergt. -Major Toole, 
20 Argyle street. 


B. Faulkner, 10 St. 
James street. 


1833 


600 


T. Alexander, 12 

George street. 


W. Caldwell, Elton 
villa, Calside. 


1831 


320 


G. Kelly, 26 Castle 
street. 


Sergt. -Major Toole, 
20 Argyle street. 


1895 


325 


— 


David Oakes, 8 Phil- 
lips street. 


John Hawley, Pe veril, 
Whitehaugh drive. 


— 


— 




T.H. Taylor, L.D.S., 
1 Gauze st. 


Adam Paterson, 94 
Causeyside. 







2 Clerk to Manap;ers— Georgf' Lochrie, 66 Back Sneddon street. 
4 Congregational Clerk— S. Dougall 32 Calside, 



244 PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 



SCHOOL BOARD. 

Members for Triennial Period 1897-1900 
Daniel Mackenzie, Chairman. 
John A. Brown. 
A. C. Cameron, LL.D. 



Vei-y Rev. Canon Chisholm. 



Robert Tweedale. 

Rev. James Young, B.D. 

Patrick Gallagher. 



Alexander Macfarlane. 
James O'Neill. 
James Clark. 
Dr. Andrew Richmond. 
Officials. 

Clerics — MacRobert & Hutchison. Treasurers — Jackson & Abercrombie. 

Principal Inspecting Officer — James H. Taylor. 

The ordinary meetings of the Board are held on the last Tuesday of each month, and the 

Standing Committees hold their ordinary meetings on the preceding Tuesday at 4 p.m. 

Standing Committees of the Board. 

Board in Committee — All the Members of the Board. Daniel Mackenzie, Convener. 

Education — All the Members of the Board. James Clark, Convener. 

School Attendance — All the Members of the Board. A. C. Cameron. LL.D., Convener. 

Finance — All the Members of the Board. John A. Brown, Convener. 

Property — All the Members of the Board. Robert Tweedale, Convener. 

Grammar School and Academy — All the Members of the Board. Rev. James 

Young, B.D., Convener. 

Science and Art and Evening Classes — All the Members of the Board. James O'Neill,, Convener. 

Temperance and Good Manners — All the Members of the Board. James Clark, Convener. 

Religious Instruction — Rev. James Young, B.D., Convener. 

The Chairman is ex officio a Member of all Committees. 

The Industrial and Domestic Economy Departments of the Schools are supervised aM reported 

on by Mrs. Ai-thur. assisted by a Sub-Committee of Ladies. 

PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND TEACHERS. 

SCHOOLS UNDER THE PAISLEY SCHOOL BOARD. 

Grammar School and Wm. B. Barbour Academy. 

Teachers. 

Rector — James Stirling, M.A. 

Classical Department— Z^eadJ/as^er — The Rector. 

.dsswiawis— Julian Irvine, M.A. , Thomas D. Robb, M.A., Alex. Auchinachie, M.A., and 

James Sheridan. 

English Jy&'^&vtment— Head Master— T>. T. Holmes, B.A. (London). 

Assistants — Thos. D. Robb, M.A., Alex. Auchinachie. M.A., James Sheridan, and 

Miss Maggie Hart, L.L. A. 

Mathematical and Science Departments— fleac? Master— John Hardie, M.A. 

Assistants— J. Pentland Smith, M.A., B.Sc, G. Guthrie Roger, M.A.. B.Sc, Alex. 

Auchinachie, M.A., and James Slierid-in. 

Modern Languages Department— Jacques Kohn, B.fes L. 

Assistant— J ahan Irvine, M.A. 

Junior School. 

Miss Elizabeth L. Jack (First Class Certificate). Assistant — Miss Mina Hart. 

Writing, Book-keeping, and Shorthand — George Dick. 

Needlework — Miss Annie M. MacKenzie. 

Singing— R. L. Reid, G. & L. T.S.C. Dancing— Millar Thomson. 

Drawing and Painting — Charles Hayes, 

Janitor, Drill Instructor, and Teacher of Gymnastics, &c. — Colour Sergeant James Scott. 

Assietant Janitor — 

PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS. 

1. — Campliill Public School. 

Inaugm-ated 16th April, 1888. 
Head Master— John Taylor, M.A., F.E.LS. 
Sixth Department. — Master — John Taylor, M.A. 
Assistants (Ex- VI.) — John C. Sanderson, B.Sc. and David Crilley. 

„ (St. VI ) — William Taylor and James Adam, Art Teachers. 
Fifth Department.— J/as<er— Hugh A. Tulloch. 
Fourth Department. — Master — John, Noble, 
Third Department.— JI/as<er— Hugh A. Bro%vn. 
Second Department. — Mistress — Miss Jeanie S. Airlie. 
First Department. — Mistress — Janet C. Allison. 
Industrial Department. — Mistress — Miss Janet Ann Allan. 
Janitors— VfilMam M'Ginnigle, 17 Wardrop street, and William Thomson, 44 Canal street, 
Camphill School foe Deaf Mutes. 
Mistress — Miss Jenny Davidson. Assistant— Wiss Robina Gilmour. 



APPENDIX. 245 



2.— Williamsburgli Public School. 

Opened September, 1893. 

Head Master— W. Brownridge, C.T., F.E.I.S. 

Infant Mistress — Miss E. F. Mackenzie, C.T. Second Master — Alexander Andrew, M. A., C.T. 

Assistant Masters— R. Spruell, C.T., James Blaclc, C.T., D. Ferguson, M.A., C.T., and Ciiarles 

Stewart, C.T. 

Assistant Mistresses— Misses Anderson, Robinson, J. Carrie, B. Currie, Hogarth, Girdwood, 

Henderson, Leishman, Erskine, Robertson, Patrick, M'Intyre. 
Pupil Teachers. — M. M'Kellar, F. Sliannon, M. Russell, I. Taylor, J. Morrison, J. Cuthbertson, 
and J. Johnston. 

Teacher of Cookery — M. Stewart. 
Brill and Gymnastic Instructm — Alex. Stewart, Manual Instruction — A. Adam and R. Spruell. 

3. — Ferguslie Public School. 

Opened 4th September, 1882. 

Head Mastei — Wm. Stewart. Second Master- James R. Taylor. 

Infant Department : — Head Mistress— Eliza Thomson. 

Janitor and Brill Instructor — John Kennedy. 

4. — North Public School. 

Opened 4th September, 1876. 

Head J/as^er— Archibald Fairlie, C.T., F.E.I.S. 

Second Master— John T. Pollock, C.T. 

Mistress — Miss Annie A. Robertson, C.T. 

Industrial Mistress — Miss Jessie Alexander, C.T. 

Janitor, Brill Instructor, and Teacher of Gymnastics — William Rodger. 

5. —South Public School. 

Head J/asfer— William Taylor, M.A., C.T. 

Junior Master — Alexander Rodger, M.A., C.T. 

Initiatory Department — Mistress — Miss Kate M'Nair, C.T. 

Industrial Department — Mistress — Miss Elizabeth Scott, C.T. 

Brawing Master — James Marshall, C.T. 

Janitor, Drill Instructor, and Teacher of Gynmastics — George Pope, 6 Glenview terrace. 

6. — East Public School. 

Head Master— Alex. Tagg, C T., F.E.I.S. 

Senior Department— 4/ asicr— Alex. Tagg, C.T., F.E.I.S. 

Junior Department — Master — James Brown, C.T. 

Initiatory Department — Head Mistress — Miss Annabella M. Morton. 

Industrial Department — Mistress — Miss Julia M'Andrew. 

Janitor, Drill Instructor, and Teacher of Gymnastics, &.c. — John M'Taggart, 16 Cotton s treet. 

7. — West Public School. 

Head Master— George Dick, C.T , F.E.I.S. 

Senior Department— J/as<er— Geo. Dick, C.T., F.E.I.S. 

James A. Wilson, C.T.; James Finnic, C.T. 

Junior Department — Master — John Cullen, A. Mus., T.C.L. 

Initiatory Department — Mistress — Miss Janet Smith, C.T. 

Industrial Department — Mistress — Miss Mary Janet Dickie, C.T. 

Janitor, Drill Instructor, and Teacher of Gymnastics, dec. — John Munro, 2 Fei'guslie. 

8. — Central Public School. 

(Gkokge Stkeet.) 

Head Master— Geoxge. H. Cockburn, F.E.I.S., CM. Infant Mistress— Miss Flora C. Weir, CM. 

Certificated Assistants Robina Wylie, Maggie Dickson, and Elizabeth Rose Giffen. 

Janitress — Mrs. White, 8 Sir Michael street. 

9. — Stevenson Street Public School. 

Senior Department — Master — Robert Ferguson, C.T. 
Junior Department — Mistress — Miss Mary Allan, C.T. 
Infant Department — Mistress — Miss Jane Dalziel. 
Janitor — Robt. Clark. 

lO. — Carbrook Street Public School. 

Head Master — George Beveiidge, F.E.I.S. Second Master — James M. Rankin. 

Head Mistress — Miss Jessie Waterston. 

Teacher of Cookery — Miss Maggie Stewart. Teacher of Woodwork — Archibald Adam. 

Janitor and Brill Instructor — William Shaw, 3 East lane. 



246 PAISLEY DIEECTORY. 



11. — Stow Public School. 

Mistress — Miss Jane Dalziel, C.T. 
Janitor — Robert Clark. 

Ferguslie (Half-Time) School. 

inaugm-ated 10th January, 1887. 

Directors — J. & P. Coats Limited, Paisley. Chairman — Peter Coats. 

Government Year ends 31st October. 

Teachers. 

Head Mistress — Miss Mary Anderson. Assistant Teachers — Miss M. M. Mackenzie, 

Miss Marf^aret B. M'Nee, and Miss Mary Coats. 

Industrial Department — Miss Annie Leishman. 

Janitor — James Christie, 54 George street. 

St. Mary's Roman Catholic School, 21 Queen Street. 

Head Mistress — Miss Fennal. 
Janitress — Mrs. M'Grath, 109 George street. 

St. Mirin's Roman Catholic School, 18 School Wynd. 

Head Master — John J. Donnelly. 
Janitress — Mrs. M. Hallsworth, 5 East Buchanan street. 

St. Catherine's Roman Catholic School, lO Stow Street. 

The Sisters " Faithful Companions of Jesus," — residence, St. Margaret's Convent, 

East Buchanan street. 

Head Mistress — Miss Kate Phelan. 

Janitress — Mrs. Kirkwood. 

THE JOHN NEILSON INSTITUTION. 

Opened 2nd April, 1852. 

Directors — ^Thomas Hodge, John A. Brown, Robert Paton, Rev. "W. M. Metcalfe, G. S. Veitch, 

Treasurer Wilson, ex-Provost Clark, and Bailie Bell. 

Secretary and Treasurer— 3 avaes Gardner, Writer, 3 County place. 

Head Master — John G. Thomson, F.E.I.S. 

Fii'st Department — Miss Ross and Miss Scott and Assistants. 

Second Department — Miss Malcolm and Assistants. 

Third Department — Da^id Hamilton, Master; and Miss Wylie and Assistants. 

Fourth Department — Alex, Murdoch, B.A. (Lond.), F.E I.S., Mutter; William Gillan, 

and Assistants. 

Fifth Department — John G. Thomson, F.E.I.S,, Master; John Woodrow, 

Thomas Reid, M.A., Miss Moii*, and Assistants. 

Classical and Mathematical Department — James Souden, M.A., Master, and Assistants. 

French and German — Miss Addison, L.L.A. 

Sewing, Knitting, and Cookery— Misses Macdonald and Scott. 

Drawing — C. Hayes. 

Drill Instructor and Teacher of Gymnastics — Sergeant-Instructor J. H. Symcox. 

Janitor- — Armourer-Sergeant J. F. Beacom — house. Neilsoo lodge. 

Technical College. 

Govemo7's — Sheriff Henderson, Provost Mackenzie, Rev. Dr. Gentles, Rev. Dr. Mftcalfe, Rev. 
J. B. Sturrock, M.A., Rev. John Porteous, B.D., G. S Veitch, J.P., John Logan, J.P., 
James Caldwell, Robert Smith, Rev. Dr. Henderson, James Robertson, Peter Coats, 
Sir Thomas Glen-Coats, Bart., A. F. Craig, John Hodgart, D. S. Boyd, John A. Brown, 
R. K. Bell, J.P., Daniel Mackenzie. 
Secretary, Treasurer, and Law Agent — James Gardner, writer, County place. 

THE PAISLEY EDUCATIONAL TRUST. 

Instituted, 1889. 



Thomas Hodge. 
John A. BroTVTi. 
Provost Mackenzie. 
Robert Paton. 
James Robertson. 



Govetmors. 
David Wilson. 
Dr. Matthew H. Taylor. 
Rev. W. M. Metcalfe, D.D. 
Rev. Principal Hutton, D.D. 
James Clark. 



Very Rev. Can on H. Chisholm 
Daniel Mackenzie, J. P. 
G. S. Veitch, J.P. 
R. K. Bell. 



CleJ-k and Treasurer — James Gardner, writer, 3 County place. 



Government School of Science and Art, Gilmour Street. 

President — James Caldwell. Vice-President — Robert Smith. 

Treasurer — John A. Brown. 

Ordinary Directors — Sir Thomas Glen-Coats, Bart., Bailie Bell, Messrs. James Do aid, Robert 

Paton, Hugh H. Smiley, Archibald Coats, John Robertson, and James A. Young. 

Masters — Charles Hayes and William Shedden. 

Secretaries — Young and I^Iartin. 



APPENDIX. 247 



POLITICAL CLUBS AND ASSOCIATIONS. 



Paisley Liberal Clul>. 

1898-99. 

Hon. President — Petei" Eadie. 

Bon. Vice-Presidents — Sir Thomas G. Glen-Coats, Bart., Sir William Dunn, Bart., M.P. 



John M. M 'Galium. 

James Barr. 

William Welsh. 

James Wallace (Braeheacl). 



Rev. Principal Hutton, D.D. 
James Coats, jun. 
George H. Brown. 
John Millar (Castlehead). 
John A. Brown. 

Committee of Management. 

President — Mr. Robert Macfee. 

Vice-Presidents — Messrs. James Donald and Andrew Fisher. 

Secretary — Thomas KeiT. Treasurer— V^ilWam. Brown, jun. 

Dr. Gardner. William G. Smith. 

William Davidson. 



Alfred M'Naughton. 
Richard Yielder, 
Matthew S. Dunlop. 
Alexander Borland. 
James Eglington. 
Andrew Provan. 



Alexander Reekie. 
William Galbraith. 
James Smith. 
James J. Sneddon. 
Robert Patrick. 

(Seveii a Quorum). 
Club Master — John M'Lerie. 



Paisley Liberal Association. 

Honorary President — Sir William Dunn, Bart., M.P. 
President — Sir Thomas Glen-Coats. Bart. 
Vice- /'residents — Rev. Principal Hutton, Rev. W. Ainslie Walton, Provost Mackenzie, ex-Bailie 
Wilson, ex-Bailie M'Kellar, Bailie Smith, John M. M'Callum, John Millar, John A 
Brown, Georg:e H. Brown, R. M. Paterson, John Adam, Allan Coats, Peter Eadie, 
Campbell Houston, R. Macfee, Treasurer Mathieson, Andrew Erskine, Bailie Nicolson, 
ex-Bailie Fisher. 
Secretary— Alfred M'Naughton, writer, 95 High st. Treasurer— James Carrick, 7 High bt. 

And an Executive Committee of about 40 members. 

West Renfrewshire Liberal Association. 

President — Sir T. G. Glen-Coats, Bait., Feiguslie Park, Paisley. 
Vice-Presidents — James Finlayson, D.L., Merchiston, Johnstone ; D. M. Hannay, Langhouse, 
Inverkip; Z. H. Heys, J. P., Rockmount, Barrhead; Joseph Russell, J.P., Bogston ; 
Provost Steel, Gourock; Bailie Cochrane, Barrhead; and Bailia Lang, Lynnhurst, 
Johnstone. 

Treasurer — Joseph Johnstone, J.P., Calder Hou.ie, Lochwinnoch. 

Secretary — T, Fulton Reid, writer, 12 Causeyside street, Paisley. 

Election of offlca-bearers on last Wednesday of March yearly. 

Paisley Liberal Unionist Association. 

Offlce-Bearers for 1899. 

President — Stewart Clark, of Kilnside. 

Vice-Preside/Its — 



Rev. Andrew Elder, Meikleriggs. 
Ex-Provost Clark, of Chapel. 
Ex-Bailie Dobie, Castlehead. 
Peter Jack, Castlehead. 
William Muir MacKean, Milton house, 
h x-Bailie Cochran, Greenlaw. 
George H. Coats. Castlehead. 
James Barclay, Greenlaw drive. 



Archibald Coats, of Woodside. 
John Poison, of Westmount. 
W. A . Coats, Skelmorlie Castle. 
Hugh H. Smiley, of Gallowhill. 
John FuUerton, of Merksworth. 
Peter Coats, jun., Garthland place. 
Donald Eraser, M.D. 
John Logan, Westerfield. 

Chairman — Archibald Coats, of Woodside. 
Secretary and 7'reasurer — William Walker, Writer, Municipal buildings. 
Half-yearly meeting held in April. 
Annual meeting, at wliich office-bearers are elected, held in October. 

Women's Liberal Association. 

PAISLEY AND DISTRICT. 

Hon. President— haiiy Dimn. President— l,ady Glen -Coats. 

Vice-Prestde7its—livs. Wothei spoon, Maxwellton ; MiS. Young, Priory Park ; 

and Mrs. M'Gown, Woodlands. 

^.xecutive—M.rs. Allan Coats, Chairwoman; Mrs. Millar, Vice - Chairwoman ; Mrs. Stirling 

Underwood House, Hon. Treasurer; Miss Henderson, Castlehead, and Miss Wilspn, 

Tulliallan, Joint Secretaries; and a Committee 

Office-bearers elected in March 



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Paisley Conservative Association. 

Instituted March, 1878. 

OFFICE-BEARERS. 

Honorary Presidents — His Grace the Duke of Abercorn, K.G.; The Lord Ernest W. Hamilton ; 
Sir Michael R. Shaw-Stewart, Bart.; Lord Blythswood; C. Bine Renshaw, M.I'., 
F.G.S., Sir C. W. Cayzer, M.P., and R. Mure M'Kerrell. 

Honorary Vice-Presidents ~V . M. Coats, of Woodside ; George Hamilton, of Blackland, J.P., 
ex-Councillor W. Y. Fleming, J.P. ; J. B. Richardson, Saucel ; F. W. Wotherspoon, 
Maxwellton; James Cowan, of Rosshall. 

President — William Bow, Dunscore, J P. 

Vice-Presidents — Henry Doulton ; ex-Bailie Caldwell, F.S A.; Colonel Millar. Garthland place; 
John Swan, Causeyside; "William Ahercrombie, Craigmuir ; Thomas Graham, M.D., 
J.P., Garthland place ; George Hamilton, jun.; William Wilson, Brabloch ; Alexander 
M'William; T. G. Ahercrombie, Redholme; W. F. Dobie, Edgmont ; Stewart Ewint:; 
Alexander FuUerton, Milliken Park. J.P.; ex-Bailie Goudie, High street ; James Mar?hall 
of Mavisbtnk ; P. K. Millar ; William Paterson, Royal terrace ; James Pattinson, 
Royal terrace ; William Worthington, Ingleside ; James Ross, t'astlehead. 

Secretaries — ^Alexander Macfarlane, 5 South Oit street, and Thomas MacRobert, Calside terrace. 
• Treasurer — Andrew Allice, Gartmore, East Greenlaw 

The Beaconsfield Club. 

Instituted July, 1880] 
A Political Club in connection with the Unionist party, and designed to promote its objects 
Honm^ary Patrons — Duke of Argyll, E.G., K.T.; Duke of Abercorn, E.G.; Duke of Montrose, 
K.T.; Marquis of Bute, K.T.; Marquis of Lome, E.T., M.P.; Earl of Home. 
Honorary President — Lord Blythswood of Blythswood. 
Honorary Vice-Presidents — William Abercrombie, Alex. Mofifatt, P. M. Coats, and 
Eenneth M. Clark. 
Honorary Life Members — R. Mui'e M'Eerrell; William Bow, Dunscore; John Maclachlan, 
Saucelbank; G. Ludovic Houstoun, of Johnstone Castle; J. C. Cuninghame of Craigends 
Alex. Moffatt. 

President — John Shirley. 

Vice-Presidents — Andrew Allice and D. M. Wilson. 

Hon. Treasurer — William Bowie, Buchanan terrace. 

Hon. Secretary- Alex. Macfarlane, 5 South On* street. 

Directors — Stewart Ewing, H. M. Downing, David Young, W. D. Johnston, Julian Irvine, 

Dr. Robb, David Houston, and J. D. Allison. 

West Renfrewshire Conservative Association. 

President — Su- M. R. Shaw Stewart, Bart., Ardgowan. 
Vice-Presidents — Lord Blythswood of Blythswood; Col. Robert Eing. Levernholme, Hiu-let 

Robert Binnie, Gom-ock ; Henry Macdowall, Garthland, Lochwinnoch. 
Executive — Convener, Thomas Dunlop, Waterside Langbank; Sub-Convmefy'Dv. H. F Mudie, 

Meadowbank, Eilbarchan. 

Hon. Treasurer, James Williamson, Wellswood, Gourock 

Secretary — Robert Stevenson, Writer, 99 High street. Paisley. 

Primrose League. 

ABERCORN HABITATION, No. 666. 

Office-Beakeks. 

Ruling Councillor — Miss M'Eean. Treasurer — Sliss H. C. Graham, 3 Garthland place. 

Chief Secretary — Jlrs. Graham, 3 Garthland place. 

Auditors — Miss Johnstone, of Glenpatrick, and Miss Houstoun, of Johnstone Castle. 

First Ward. 

Warden — Mrs Hardie, Glasgow road. 

Sub-Warden — Miss Macmaster, Newtonville, Hawkhead road. 

Secretary — Miss Agnes M'Eean, Castlehead. 

Second Ward. 

Warden — Mrs. Hamilton. Blackland. >S'm6- Warden—Mrs. Wilson, 3 Greenlaw terrace. 

Secretary — Miss H. C. Graham, 3 Garthland place. 

Third Ward 

Warden— Mrs. Bums, 7 Garthland place. Sub- Warden— Mrs Taylor, Holyrood place . 

Secretary — 

Fourth Ward. 

Warden — ^Mrs. R. F. Craig, Caversbank. Sub- War den— Miss E. Cunningham, Glasgow road 

Secretary — Mrs. Paterson. The Beeches, Mansion-house road. 

Fifth Ward. 

Warden — Mrs. A. Gardner, Castlehead. Sub- Wm-den— Miss Hamilton, Carnassarie villa 

Secretary — Miss E. J. Graham, 3 Garthland place. 

Office-bearers are elected at the Annual General Meeting held in March. 



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Paisley Eastern Unionist Association. 

Formed 6tli June, 1894. 

Office-Bearers— 1898-9. 

Hon. Presidents — A. A. Speirs, Peter Coats President — Alexaiider Keith. 

Vice-Presidents — Alex. Moffatt, James Clark. Archd Coats, Matthew Arthur, Robt. Macfarlane, 

G. P. Stewart, Wm. Wilson, Jas. Marshall, F. W. Wotherspoon, Chas. J. Gregg, 

Alex Macfai'lane. 

Treasurer — William Aitken, 11 Wardrop street. 
Secretary — George Boles, 7 Barr !»treet. 

Central Unionist Association. 

42 Old Sneddon Street. 
Ho7i, Presidents — Archibald Coats, Stewart Clark, William Bow, C, B. Renshaw, M.P,, W. A. 
Coats, John Poison, Peter Coats, J. Stewart Clark, Alexander Moffatt, ex-Provost 
Clark, J. B. Richardson, and John M'Lachlan. 
President — Archibald Fairlie. Vice-Presidents — Stewart M'Cowatt and John Mathieson. 
Hon. Treasurer — William Walker, writer, Municipal buildings. 
Secretary — Bartholomew Currie, 4 Blythswood drive. 
Treasurer — William B. Flockhart, 4 Douglas terrace, Inchinnan road. 
Committee — Thomas MacRobert, jun., John Muir, John Anderson, Samuel Forbes, Alexander 
Kerr, Matthew Craig, William M'Crossan, James Chalmers, Livingstone Chalmers, 
Samuel Love, Alexander M'Vicar, James Brown. 

Janitor — Alexander Anderson. 



TRADE SOCIETIES. 



PAISLEY TRADES' COUNCIL. 

President— John Speirs. Vice-President — Eben. Klrkwood. 

Treasurer — John Young. Secretary — Thos. Loudon, 16 Well street. 

Meets every alternate Tuesday in Painters' Hall, 109 Causeyside street. 

Office-bearers elected half-yearly in May and November. 

SCOTTISH CLERKS' ASSOCIATION— PAISLEY AGENCY. 

Meets on the First Wednesday of each month in the Royal Oak, Moss street, at Sp.m. 

vhairman of Committee — John M. Drennan, 40 Millarston. 

Agent — James Pinkerton, 40 High street. 

PAISLEY TYPOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. 

President — Thomas Davidson. Vice-President — Robert Baxter. 

Treasurer — Councillor Kent, 12 iSeedhill road. Secretary — Wm. M'Gilvray, 15 Well street. 

Office-bearers elected annually in January. 

CARTERS' FRIENDLY SOCIETY. 

President — Samuel Steel. Vice-President — W^m. M 'Cause. 

Treasurer — John Howie, Underwood lane. Secretary — Robt. Hamilton, 43 Lady lane. 

Committee Rooms — 43 Lady lane. Weekly Meetings every Saturday. 

Annual election of Office-bearers in March. 

MOULDERS' ASSOCIATION— PAISLEY BRANCH. 

President — Robert P. Bennett, 4 Phillip street. 

Treasurer — Daniel Adam, 13 Well street. Steward — Thomas Hanson, 26 Underwood road. 

Secretary — Charles Anderson, 17 Well street. 

Election of Office-bearers takes place annually in June. 

OPERATIVE BAKERS' FRIENDLY AND PROTECTIVE SOCIETY. 

President — William Miller. 29 Seedhill road. 

Secretary — Hugh Kennedy, 1 Alexandria place, Calside. Treasurer — Jas. KeiT, 16 Glen street. 

House of Call. — 13 High street. 

Office-bearers elected in May and November. 

PAISLEY AND RENFREW WINE, SPIRIT, AND BEER TRADE ASSOCIATION 

Instituted 1871. 
President — Robert Adam. Vice-President — John Lang. 

Treasurer — John Lang, 78 High street. Secretary — W. R. Finlator, writer, 12 High street. 
Office-bearers elected at meeting in June. 

PAISLEY UNITED FLESHERS' SOCIETY. 

President — James Craig. Vice-President — Allan C. Watson. 

Trcffsaj'er— Alexander Rennie. Wellmeadow. Secretary — James Scarlett, 54 Causeyside street 

Law Agejit — Alexander M'Allister, writer, 48 Mo»s sti'eet. 

Office-bearers elected annually in December. 



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ORNITHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATIONS. 



President- 



Paisley Ornitliolosical Association. 

Hon. President — Sir ■William Dunn, Bart., M.P. 

-James M'Lelland. 5 St. James street. Vice-President — David Todd, 32 Glen street. 

Secretary — M. Coats, 128 George street. 

Treasurer — Matthew Eoberton, 12 Alice place. 

Collector — James Carruth, 38 New street. 

Committee. 



John Pottle. 
Robert Milton. 
John Milton. 
Joseph Milton. 



Thomas Love. 
Alexander Lee. 
Charles Dougan. 
James Reid. 



William Court. 
James Annan. 
"Wm. Urquhart, jun. 
John Beveridge. 



Paisley and Renfrewshire Poultry and Pigeon Association. 

Honorary President — Lord Blythsw^ood, Blythswood. 

Honorary Vice-President— Malcolm. Colquhoun Thomson, Park House, Inchinnan. 

President — Michael Pottie Vice-President — Hugh Walker. 

Treasurer — James Paton, 23 Glen street, Paisley. 

Secretary — Geo. Archibald, jun., 11 Argyle street. Paisley. Collector — Livingstone Chalmers. 

Committee. 
Poultry Section — James M'Indoe, John Eetson, John E. Pottie, James Raeside, Hugh Arndle. 
Pigeon Section — Archibald Eaglesim, "Wm. Terrell. A. B. M'Nair, Chas. Dougan, Thomas Love. 
District Committee — Mrs, Burnside, Elderslie ; George Hamilton, Neilston ; Andrew Brodie, 
Inchinnan Bridge; R.M.Blair, Andrew Carnduff, Barrhead; James Dickie, 
Yoker; Davie Ross, Howwood; William Gemmell, Alexander Laird, Dr. Orr, 
Johnstone ; John Ritchie, Kilbarchan ; J. H. Halliday, William Crawford, 
Peter M. Williamson, Gi'eenock; James Templeton, Jnchinnan; R. D. Hunter, 
Erskine ferry; Geo. Buchanan, jun., Barskiven. 

Next Election of Office-bearers, middle of January, 1900. Annual Exhibition and Competition 
confined to Renfrewshire, takes place on the second Saturday of November. 



HORTICULTURAL SOCIETIES. 



Paisley Horticultural Society. 

Office-Beaeees. 

Honorary President — M. C. Thomson, The Park, Inchinnan. 

President — Alexander Carnochan, Fountain Gardens. 

Vice-President — R. M'Hardy, Gallowhill. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Robert Macfee, 3 Moss street. 

Collector — David Allison, 3 Underwood road. 



D 



William Cameron, Ferguslie park. 
Duncan Macdonald, Ferguslie. 
John MacAulay, 41 George street. 
J. MacDougal, Abbey Cemetery. 
Alex. Stewart, Maxwellton. 
Duncan Keir, The Cottage. 

Charles Wilson, 40 Broomlands. 
John ]M'Naughton, 13 Seedhill road 
John Fleck, Quarrelton. 
Alex. Welsh, 13 Cochran street. 

Robert Anderson. 39 High street. 
D. MacDiarmid, Greenlaw, 



IRECTOES. 

Gai'deners. 

George Watson, Walkinshaw. 

Alex. Beech, Ralston. 

Robert Reid, Woodside Cemetery. 

John Turner, Speirsfield. 

Adam Turner, Moredun 

William Blackley, Staneley. 
Amateurs. 

I William Brough, Millarston. 

I Robert Greenlees, Park place, 
j Andrew Wylie, St. Mary's terrace. 

John Leitch, Linwood. 



Nurserymen. 



James Watson, Bellfield. 
Francis Davidson, Carriagehill. 



Paisley Florist Society. 

Instituted 1782 

Honorary President — W. A. Coats. 

President — Andrew Wylie, 5 St. Mary's terrace. 

Vice-President — Duncan Keir, 2 Millarston. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Andrew Weir, 4 Seedhill road. 

General Meeting and Election of OflSce-bearers on 2nd November. 



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Paisley West End Amateur Florists' Society. 

Honorary President — James Murray, Esq., The Mound. 

President — Hector Fraser. Vice-President — Charles Wilson. 

Financial Secretary — R. Maxwell, 11 Neilson street (Alice place). 

Secretary — James Smith, 2 East lane, Fergusiie. 

Ralston Gardens Association (Limited). 

Registered under the Industrial and Provident Societies Act, 1876.) 

Registered Office — 12 Kilnside road. 

Honorary Presidents — Sir "William Dunn, Bart., M.P.; Sir C. W. Cayzer, M.P., Ralston ; Stewart 

Clark, Kilnside ; P. M. Coats, Woodside ; and John Mathie, N.S.A. 

President — Peter Ferguson. Vice-President — Thomas Hart, jun. 

Treasurer — John M 'Galium, 9 Cochran street. (Secretary— Charles Sloan, 12 Kilnside road. 

Ground Inspectors — R. Beijson and W. Barr. 

Directors- S. Thomson, W. Dohhie, W. Cameron, J. Robinson, and D. Logan. 

Election of Office-bearers last week of February. 



CURLING CLUBS. 



Iceland Curling Club. 

Instituted 1841. 

President — R. S. Wallace. Vice-President— k.n6xevf Allice. 

Treasurer and Secretary— 'Yhora&s. Graham, M.D., Garthland place. 

Representative Members — John Thomson and Robert Harris. Chaplain — Rev. J. B. Dalgety 

Office-Bearers elected in September yearly. 

Boreas Curling Club. 

Instituted 1852. 

Patron — Alex. A. Speirs, of Elderslie. Patroness — Lady Anne Speirs, of F.lderslie. 

President — A. C. M. Ingram. Vice-President — Alexander M'AUister. 

Treasurer — Andrew Paterson, 10 Bridge street. Secretary— 3. D .Wilson, 12 St. Mirren street. 

Representative Members — Jas. Riddell and Bailie Goudie. Chaplain — Rev. Thos. Gentles, M.A. 

General Meeting in September annually. 

12tli Province Royal Caledonian Curling Club. 

Patrons — Sir Michael R. S. Stewart, Bart., of Greenock ; Lord Blythswood of Blythswood, ; J. 
W. Shand-Harvey, of Castlesemple ; Henry Macdowall, of Garthland; A. A. Speirs of 
Elderslie; Colonel King, of Levernholm ; C. B. Renshaw, of Baiochan, M.P. 

President— C Lodder, Largs, Vice-President —Major Shanks, Johnstone. 
Secretary and Treasurer — Wm, Logan, writer, Lochwinnoch. 
Committee of Management— 36hn Wilson, Erskine; Dr. Graham, Paisley; William Logan, 
Lochwinnoch; John Keanie, Lochwinnoch; C. Lodder, Largs; John Kirk, Greenock; 
Major Shanks, Johnstone; William Fleming, Houston. 

Office-bearers elected annually in November. 
Renfrewshire Curling Club. 

Instituted 1856. 

Patron — C. Bine Renshaw, M.P. Pat7-oness — Mrs. Renshaw. 

President— John Lyle. Vice-President — D. M'Vey. 

Representative Members — John Lyle and D. M'Vey. 

Chaplain —Rev. A. M. Lanji. 

Treasurer — Walter Bowie. Secretary — John M-Lachlan. 

St. Mirren Curling Club. 

Patron — Lord Blythswood. 

Preddent — D. M. Poison. Vice-President — George Davies. 

Secretary— Viohbvt Stevenson, 99 High street. Treasurer— Wm. Dickson, Royal Bank. 

Representatire Members — Wm. Gardner, Jas. 11. Dunn, and R. Drummond. 

Comntittt-e — K. K. Bell, A. Fullerton, James Coats, jun., J. P. Slater. 



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BOWLING CLUBS. 



Priorscroft Bowling Club. 

Instituted 1839. 

President, John Barratt. Vice-President, Bailie Hutchison. 

Treasurer, John Murray, jun. Secretary, James Thomson, jun,, 1 Causeyside. 

Committee— John Murray, John M'Gechan, Hugh Allison, James Reith. 

Green- Keeper, Peter M'Donald, 4 Neilston street. 

OflBce-bearers elected third week in March annually. 

Abercorn Bowling Club. 

Instituted 1860— New Greens (off Gaithland lane) opened May 21st, 1898. 

Hon. President -— Siv William Dunn, Bart., M.P. 

President, Archd. Nairn. Vice-President, Thomas Henry. 

^ecreiary, Wm. Paul, 11 Whitehaugh ten-ace. TVeaswrer, James Deans. 

Directors, R. Balderston. E. Cochran, W. Taylor, J. Semple, J. Allander, D. Leishman, 

A. Pattison, W. Kerr. 

Green-Keeper, Sam Waddell, 2 Crossflat crescent. 

Annual Meeting first week in March. 

Victoria Bowling Club. 

Son. President — James Boyd, Esq. 

President— James Ciamb. Vice-Preside)it—Ma,tthew Coats. 

Treasurer— John Arthur. decretory— William Strachan, 1 Gordon place, King street. 

/>trec;ors—Wm. Smith, Richard Stevenson, George Archibald, jun., HiU Jephson, jun., Richard 

Carse, John Pro van, Robert Hamilton. 

Green-Keeper— James Nicol, 12 Well street. 

Wellmeadow Bowling Club. 

President, Jas. Allan. Vice-President, M. Gemmell. Treasurer, Robt. Allison, 3 Woodside place. 

Secretary, Peter Andrews, 16 West Campbell street. 

Green-Keeper, Andrew Provan, Maxwelton street. Gree7i, lb Wellmeadow. 

The OflBct-Bearers are re-elected on second Tuesday in March. 

Caledonia Bowling Club. 

Instituted 1873. 

Honorary Pretident — John MmTay. 

President, John W. Robertson. Vice-President, John Barr. 

Secretary, James M'Naughtan, 1 Caledonia street. 

Treasurer, William Smith, Anna villa, Greenock road. 

Commtltee— William Hawson, John Murray, John M'Taggart, John L. Watson, and John L. 

Green-Keeper, James H. M 'Naughton. 

OflBce-bearers elected second Tuesday in March annually. 

Charleston Bowling Club. 

Patron— Sir William Dunn, Bart., M.P. Ho7i. President— J. B. Richardson. 

President — Charles Davidson. Vice-President — Andrew Kerr. 

Treasurer— James Davidson Secretary— Alex. Cunningham, Bloomiield, Meikleriggs. 

Green-Keeper, Henry Gardiner. Greais, Stock street. 

Ferguslie Thread Works Bowling Club. 

Hon. President— V. H. Coats, Esq., Corsebar House, Paisley. 

President— John Walmsley, Esq., Woodbank house, Castlehead, Paisley. 

Vice-President — John Alexander, 6 P'erguslie buildings. 

Secretary and Treasurer— ^obevt Menzies, 15 Thistle terrace, Meikleriggs, Paisley. 



Paisley Canine Society. 

Hon. President— Kermexh W. Clark, Esq., Netherhill. 

President — W. J. Hamilton. 

Treasurer— A.. W. Keith. Secretary— J snaes Farquhar, 6 Phillips street. 



Paisley Draughts Club. 

Central Unionist Ro ms, 42 Old Sneddon street. 

President — Joseph Keppie. Vice-Preside t — A. L. Waddell. 

yreaiwrer— Alexander Harper. Secretary— J. M. Hunter, 7 Glen street. 



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ATHLETIC CLUBS. 



Caledonia Bicycle Club 

Instituted June, 1881 

Season 1899 

Patrons — Lord Blythswood; Stewart Clark, Esq 

Hon. President — Sir William Dunn, Bart., M.P. 

President — Matthew S. Dunlop. 

Captain— Sohn S, Watson. Vice-Captain — Alex. Anderson. 

Jffon. Secretary and Treasurer — Ben. Ford, 10 Wliitehaugh terrace, Paisley. 

Committee — W. C. Fernie, A. B. Maxwell, John Burgess, J. M. Stewait, Jas. Allison. 

delegates to S.C. U.— A. B. Maxwell and James A. Wilson. 

Victoria Bicycle Club. 

Formed 10th May, 1879. 

Hon, President — C. Bine Renshaw, M.P., of Barochan. 

Hon. Vice-Presidents— 1. Robertson, R. D. F. Paul, London; T. H. Taylor, L.D.S., 

F. Wotherspoon, Maxwellton. 

President—'WiWia.raCShdiVf. Vice-President — D.M.Smyth, 

Captain — James S. Bell. Vice-Captain — David Thomson. 

Captain (Tuesday Section) — John Leitch. Vice-Captain (Tuesday Section) — James Semple 

Hon. Secretary and Treasurer — James C. Mackay, 3 Smith street. 

Committee — James M'Bride, J. Livingston, T. CmTie, Wm. Leitch, James Harrison, and 

A. L. Campbell. 
Annual Meeting for election of OflSce-Bearers held in February. 

JUNIOR SECTION. 

Formed 3rd July, 1891. 

Hon. President — J. B. Richardson, Pitgorno House, Stirling. 

Hon. Vice-Presidents — J. Cowan, H. Munro, R. D. F. Paul, and F. Wotherspoon. 

Patrons— J dmes Duncan, T. Robertson, James Young. John Young. 
Captain — Vice-Captain — 

Hon. Secretary and Ti^easurer — John B. Mathie. 10 Argyle street. 
Delegate to Senior Section — 

Merchants' Cycling Club. 

Instituted 1893. 

Hon. President — Sir William Dunn, Bart., M.P. 

President — Wm. Kingsberry. Vice-President — George Higgen. 

Captain — Tohn M'Donald. Vice-Captam—W. V. Lake. 

Secretary — John Nicol, 6 Maxwell street. Treasurer — John Smith. 

Committee— Office-'Bea.Yevs, and W. Allison, J. Cherry, J. Young, M. Graham, J. M'Arthur. 

Masonic Cycling Club. 

Season 1899. 

Hon. President — A. A. Speirs. 

President— SaraQS Cramb. Vice-President — James Cunningham. 

Captain — George A. Robertson. Vice-Captain — John Paul. 

Secretary — A. B. Berry, 63 George street. 

Treasurer — David Ferguson, 21 Seedhill road. 

Committee — The OfiBce-Bearers, and Alex. B. Crnwford, John Young, jun., 

Robert Landess, W. M'Crossan, W. Speirs, and George Robertson. 

Paisley and District Good Templars' Cycling Club. 

All members must be Good Templars. 
Any further information will be given or application for membership will be received by the 

undersigned. 
D, C. Gribben, President, 16 Barr street. James Caskie, Secretary, 98§ George street. 



Kelburne Cricket Club. 

Instituted 1860. — Grounds, Whitehaugh. 

Hon. President — Sir M. Shaw Stewart, Bart. Hon. Vice-President — Arthur Logan. 

President — J. Scott Eadie. Vice-President~J . K. Steel. 

Captain, \st Eleven — James Hamilton. Vice-Captain — A. F. Graham. 

Captain, 27id Eleven — C. J. Davidson. Vice-Captain — W. L. Kirkwood. 

Hon. Sec.—K. F. Graham, 33 Gauze street. Hon. Treas. — C. J. Davidson, Terrace buildings. 

Committee-— 3 . Hamilton, A. F. Graham, C J. Davidson, W. Knox, W. Douglas, sen.', 

J. S Eadie, D. Young, J. L. Pinkerton, W. Bowie, and W. Tagg. 

Professional — T. G. Poole, Leicester, 



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Ferguslie Cricket Club. 

Instituted 1887. — Grounds, Meikleriggs. 

Patrons — J. & P. Coats, Limited. 

Hcni. Presidents — Sir Thomas Glen-Coats, Bart.; W. H. Coats, P. M. Coats, P. H. Coats, 

E. S. Coats, Geo. Coats (Bellisle), Geo. Coats (Staneley), and 0. E. Philippi. 

Hon. Vice-Presidents — J. Walmsley, W. M'Connell, J. Robertson, N. Buchanan, R. Mercer, 0. 

Wilkinson, W. Craig, John Mair, W. Innes, A. K. Erskine, Jas. Scott, W. P. Stewart, 

W. M. M'Lelland. 

President — John M'Cutchion.* Vice-President — Allan Scott,* 

Captain, 1st XT. — J. Inglis * Captain, 2nd XT. — Jas. Guy.* 

TTon. Secretary and Treasurer — James Michael, 11 Thistle street, Meikleriggs. 

Zrd XT. Secretary — E. Robertson, Howwood. Wi X/ — W. Fairlie, Endrickdale, Meikleria'gs. 

Committee— K. G. Clark, J. Wylie, A. R. Smith. -■ W. Bruce, S. Bell, J. Kettles, E. Fisher,^ 

A. Biiinett, Jos. Guy, A. C. Orr. 

Professional — J. 0. Hirst. 

Those marked * constitute Match Committee. 



Abercorn Football Club. 

Formed 1877. 
Patrons — Sir M. E. Shaw Stewarr. Bart, of Ardgowan and Blackliall; SteAvart Clark, ex-M.P.; 
Colonel Sir T. G. Coats, Bart.; J. Stewart Clark ; Lord Blythswood ; ex-Bailie Smith ; 
Sir "Wm. Dunn, Bart., M.P.; ex-Provost Johnston ; Kenneth M. Clark, Esq. ; ex-Bailie A. R. 
Pollock; A. Campbell; J. H. Savile, Esq. 

Eon.-President, J. Stewart Clark, Kilnside house. President, Thos. Lawrie. Vice-President, 
William Daniel. Hon. and Financial Secretary, Robert Adam, 10 Kilnside road. Match 
Secretary, D. C. Gribben, 16 Barr street. Treasurer, Daniel Campbell, 27 Lawn street. 
Annual meeting first Friday of May. 

St. Mirren Football Club. 

Instituted 1877. — Grounds, LoA^e Street. 
Patrons — Lord Blythswood ; Sir William I nmn. Bart., M.P.; Sir Thomas Glen-Coats, Bart; 
Major R. M. M'Kerrell; D. M'Farlane, Esq.; C, Bine Renshaw, Esq., MP T Glen 
Arthur-, Esq.; Alex. Moffat, Esq. 

Hon. President — Sir William Dunn, Bart., M.P. President— Adia.ra J. Monro. 

Vice-President — Thomas M'Bride. Hon. Treasurer — John Scouller. 

Hon. and Financial Secretary — Alexander Morrison 

Match Secretary — David Fairlie. 9 Moss street. 

OflSce-bearers elected in April annually. 

Paisley Academical Football Club. 

Grounds, Greenlaw Park. 

Patrons— 3. Drybrough, Esq., A. Patterson, Esq., H. Allison, Esq., J. Stirling, Esq., 

Bailie Donald, and D. Aucott, Esq. 

President — John Pattison. 

Vice-Presidents — J. Kilpatrick, T. Greenlees, jnn., W. M'Gee, and W. Patterson. 

Captain 1st Eleven — F. Black. Vice-Captain— Wm. Wilson. 

Treasurer — A. M 'Walter. Secretary — D. R. StuiTOck, Oakshaw. 

Match Committee— MQ&sis. Crawford, Paul, Black, Auchterlonie, and Craw. 

Eepresmtative to R.F. A. — Mr. Horsbrough. 

Craigielea Rugby Football Club. 

Resuscitated 1898. 

Hon. President — Sir Thomas Glen-Coats, Bait. 

Hon. Vice-Presidents — T. G. Abercrombie, Thomas Rowat, jun. , James A. D. MacKean, 

J. N. Millar, James Cook, and Thomas Gieenlees, jun. 

President— W. L. Coats. Vice-President— T\].om^fi MacRobert. 

Secretary— Sttvfaxt Coats, Ellangowan. Treasurer— V>. Allison, Cartvale. 

Office-bearers elected in September annually. 



Paisley Skating Club. 

Instituted 1875. 

Chairman — Ex-Provost Clark. Vice-Chairman — George H. Brown. 

TVeaswrcr— Robert Edmonds. • Secretary— T . Kelso, Laurel Bank. Wester Carriagehill. 

Committee — Robt. Smith, James Mure, James Barr, Alex. D. Millar. 

Pond, Lochfield Road. Keeper— S&m&s Reid, 7 Lylesland. 

Annual Meeting in October, 



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Paisley Harriers. 

President — Wm. Goudie. Hon. Treasurer — D. S. Connell. 

Hon. Secretary — John Craig, jr., 76 George street. 

Representative S.C.C.U. — John Miller. 

Cross-country runs are held on Saturdays from hegiining of October to end of March. 

Annual meeting first week in September. 

Paisley Harriers (Tuksdat Section). 

President — Marshall Graham. Hon. Treasurer — M. Baird. 

Hon. Secretary — Wm. Hutchison. 12 Neilston street. 

Paisley Hap.riers (Barrhead Section). 

President — Josepl\ Brickley. Hon. Treasurer — N. Forrest. 

Hon. Secretary — Alex. Brown, Carlibar lodge, Barrhead. 

Paisley Junior Harriers. 

President — J. L. Hamilton. Vice-President — Allan Glen. 

Captain — John S. Hait. Vice-Captain — Bryce Langmuir. 

Secretary and Treasurer — David M'Latchie, 52 George street. 

Ci'oss country runs on Saturdays from beginning of October to end of March. 

Annual meeting in April. 



Paisley Trades Amateur Rowing Club. 

Formed 1885. 

Patrons — Gentlemen of Paisley. 

Hon. President — Stewart Clark, Kilnside. Hon. Vice-President — Jas. Cochran, Greenlaw avenue. 

President — J. P. M'Lennan. Vice-President — John Simpson. 

Secretary — Matt A. Jaap, 79 Broomlands. 

Financial Secretary —3. Watson. Treasurer — W. Gilmour. 

Captain — W. Currie. Vice- Captain — R. Crawford. 

Rowing Master — C. M'Farlane. 

The Club practices on the lower stretch of the river Cart, and is the only tradesman's club in town 
Office-Bearers are elected in December. 



Paisley Amateur Swimming Club. 

Hon. President— S]x WiWiam. Dunn, Bart., M.P. President — Ex-Bailie Smith. 

Vice-President — Robert Lyle. 

Secretary — Howard Lang, 4 Lylesland terrace. Treasurer — R. Livingstone, 18 Well street. 

Paisley Victoria Swimming Club. 

/'rcszdetti— Ex-Bailie Fisher. Vice-Presidents — R. M'Sephney and A. M'Naughton. 

Tr^-asurer - Hujjh Murray. 

Secretaries — General — George Beveridge. 69 Broomlands. Blinute — Alan K. Beveridge. 

Captom— James Whyte. Vici-Captain — David Gumming. 

Committee—^. Bannatyne, J. Whyte, D Cumming, P. M'Sephney, H. Wotherspoon, 

and J. Rodger. 

Practices every Thursday evening from 8 to 9 o'clock in the Baths. 

The Captain and Vice-Captain act as Swimming Instructors. 



Paisley Golf Club, 

Hon. President — Stewart Clark. 

Captain — J. P. Slater. Treasurer — John Cunningham. 

Secretary — R. Drummond, 2 Lylesland terrace. 

Annual Meeting and Election of Office- Bearers in November. 



Abercorn Angling Club. 

President— 'Robert Boyd. Vice-President— Saxnes Pollock. 

Treasurer — James M'Burnie. Secretary — William L. Clark, 4 West Buchanan street. 

Fishings on River Gryffe. 

Rowbank Angling Club. 

President — Wm. M'^Millan. Vice-President — John Stewart. 

Hon. Treasurer — John Lymburn, 15 High street. 

Hon. Secretary — Alexander Cochran, 16 Gilmour street. 

General ^Meeting in October for election of Office-bearers, Committee of Management, etc 
St. Mirin Angling Club. 

President — James Lang, The Glen. Vice-President — R. S. Waliace, 12 High street. 

Treasurer — J. S. Eadie, Greenside. Secretary — Robert Cochran, Ladyburn. 



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COUNTY COUNCIL OF THE COUNTY OF RENFREW. 

(Under the Local Government (Scotland) Act 1889.) 

Division. I.— East Renfrewshire. 

1. Tliornliebank— William G. Crum, The Rouken, Thomliehank 

2. Eastwood— John Denholm, The Mains, Giffnock 

3. Pollokshaws (North-East)— George C. H. JM'Naught, Melrose lodge, Pollokshaws 

4. Pollokshaws (South-East)— James Macdougall, tailor, 125 King street, Pollokshaws 

5. Pollokshaws (Centi-al) — John Riddoch, Rose cottage, Kennishead, by Glasgow 

6. Pollokshaws (West)— Robert Gardner, 4 Miller street, Shawlands 

7. Busby — Peter Mm-doch Wallace Hamilton, Greenbank. Mearns 
8 Mearns — William Mann, shipowner, Bankside, Giffnock 

9. Eaglesham — Allan Gilmour yr. of Eaglesham, Eaglesham house, Eaglesham 

10. Cathcart (East) — Henry E. Gordon, advocate, Aikenhead house, Cathcart 

11. Cdthcaii; (West) — John Morton, Cathcart house, Cathcart 

II.— West Renfrewshire. 

12. Hurlet— Robert King, merchant, Levernholme. Hurlet 

13. Elderslie — Charles Bine Renshaw of Glenpatrick, M.P., Barochan, Houston 

14. Paisley — James Cowan, of Ross Hall 

15. Linwood — Dugald Alexander Mactavish, writer, Johnstone 

16. Bridge of Weir — Robert Wilson, Manswi-aes, Bridge of Weir 

17. Kilbarchan — Archibald W. Finlayson, Springgrove, Kilbai-chan 

18. Houston (East) — Alexander Archibald Speirs of Elderslie, Elderslie house, Renfrew 

19. Houston (West)— Alexander Marshall Brown, merchant, Gryffe Castle, Bridge of Weir 

20. Bishopton — David Cross, of Ingliston, Bishopton 

21. Erskine and Inchinnan— Lord Blythswood of Blythswood, Renfrew 

22. Renfrew — John Wilson, miners' agent, 11 Lennox avenue, Scotstoun 

23. Barrhead (First) — Robert Osborne, Forebrae, Grahamston, Barrhead 

24. Barrhead (Second) — Rubini Alfred Rochester, 184 Cross Arthurlie street, Barrhead 

25. Barrhead (Third) — Henry Barclay Dunlop, of Arthurlie, BaiThead 

26. Neilston — Alexander Robertson Ferguson, writer, Neilston 

27. Ouplaymuir — William Mure of Caldwell 

28. Lochwinnoch (East) — (vacant) 

29. Lochwinnoch (West)— Henry Macdowall, of Garthland, Lochwinnoch 

30. Lochwinnoch (North) — John Kerr, farmer, Harvey square, Lochwinnoch 

31. Inverkip — Sir Michael Robert Shaw Stewart, of Greenock and Blackball, Bart., Ardgowan, 

Invei'kip 

32. Kilmalcolm (South)— Horatio Renaud Babington Peile, factor, Inverkip 

33. Kilmalcolm (East) — Rev. James Murray, Kilmalcolm 

34. Kilmalcolm (North) — John Fullarton, timber merchant, Thornwood, Kilmalcolm 

35. Johnstone (First) — James Finlayson, jun., thread manufacturer, Merchiston, Johnstone 

36. Johnstone (Second) — James Fyfe Donald, engineer, Johnstone 

37. Johnstone (Third) — William Shanks, engineer, Bank house, Johnstone 

38. Johnstone (Fom-th)— John Baird Stirling, wi-iter, Johnstone 

39. Gourock (Central) — James Williamson, Wellwood, Barrhill road, Gourock 

40. Gourock (East) — Alexander M'Pherson, Clydemount, Barrhill road, Gourock 

41. Gourock (West) — Robert Binnie, mercliant, Ashford, 54 Albert road, Gourock 

Elected by the Town Council of the Buegh of Renfeew. 

42. Daniel Wright, Town Councillor of Renfrew. 

43. Ji'hn Cumming, Town Councillor of Renfrew. 

•CoMvener— Robert King of Levernholme. Vice-Convener — Henry Erskine Gordon of Aikenhead 
Fiars Prices for Renfrewshire. 

Crop 1897. Crop 1898. 

Best. Gen.Av'ge. Best. Gen. Av'ge. 

S. D. S. D. S. D. S. D. 

Wheat, per imp. qr., 30 2^ 30 8 26 4^ 25 5 

Barley, „ 27 24 2 27 3 27 H 

Oats, „ 17 OJ 17 17 9J 16 5i 

Beans, ) 33 8^ 31 9^ 

If^l^^ :::::::::::::::> ^"^ ^^^^°^^- no evidence. 

Oatmeai,p"er*iost.,ori'401b.imp., 13 3^ 13 3^ 15 13 8^ 

Prices for 1898 struck at Paisley Sheriff Court on 6th Mai-ch, 1899. 



APPENDIX. 



257 



COMMISSIONERS OF SUPPLY OF THE COUNTY OF RENFREW, 

Qualified to vote and act as such. 
Members of the Standing Joint Committee of the County Council and Commissioners of Supply 

are marked thus (♦). 
Members of the Committee on Claims of Enrolment are marked thus (t). 
Convener of Commissioners of Supply — Lord Blythswood, of Blythswood. 



The Right Honourahle Charles, Lord Blantyre 
*tThe. Right Honourable Lord Blythswood 
The Right Honoui'able Lord Inverclyde, 

Wemyss Bay 
Sir Michael Robert Shaw Stewart, of Greenock 

and Blackball, Bart. 
Sir John Maxwell Stirling-Maxwell, of Nether 

Pollok, Bart. 
Sir D. C R. C. Buchanan, of Drumpellier, 

Coatbridge 
John Anderson, of Highholm, Port-Glasgow 
James Arbuckle, Grey place, Greenock 
Stewart Armour, merchant, Johnstone 
James Brownlie, gi'ocer in Barrhead 
Robert Brodie, writer, Glasgow, as factor and 

commissioner for Robert William Rankine 

Wilson, of Braidbar and Lincolns Inn, 

London, to act and vote in his constituent's 

absence 
John Bij;kmyi*e, manufacturer, Port-Glasgow 
Horatius Bonar, W.S., Edinburgh, for himself 

and co-trustees of the deceased James Watt, 

of Ranfurly, to act and vote in absence of 

said other trustees 
William Bow, engineer. Paisley 
Nicol Cameron, residing at PoUokshaws 
Jas. White Cameron, house factor, PoUokshaws 
John Campbell, writer, PoUokshaws 
James Cochran, of Riversbank 
James Cowan, of Ross Hall 
tGeorge Craig, of Broom, Mearns 
Wm. Craig, solicitor, 5 Hayburn crescent, 

Partick 
David Cross, of Ingleston, Langbank. 
John Maxwell Cuningham, Clydesdale Bank, 

Glasgow 
John Charles Cuninghame, of Craigends 
Duncan Darroch, B.A., of Gom-ock 
Alexander Darroch, factor. Island of Coll 
John Denholm, of Mains, ThornUebank 
fHenry Barclay Dunlop, of Arthurlie 
Robert Dunlop, of Wester Kerse, residing at 

Arthurlie, BaiThead 
Alex. Robertson Ferguson, of Luckiesfauld, 

writer, Neilston 
tJas. Finlayson, Merchiston house, Johnstone 
James Finlayson, jun., flax -spinner and 

linen-thread manufacturer, Johnstone 
Archibald Watson Finlayson, flax-spinner and 

linen-thread manufacturer, Johnstone 
James Fleming, jun., of Newlandsfield, 

Kilmory, Skelmorlie 
tWilliam Fleming, Fulwood, Houston 
Allan Gilmour, of Eaglesham 
*Allan Gilmour, yr., of Eaglesham 
*Henry Erskine Gordon, advocate, of Aiken- 

head, Cathcart 
Allan Graham-Barns-Graham, of Craigallion 

and Kirkhill 
fGeo. Hamilton, bleacher at Blackland, Paisley 
George Haldane, Kempock street, Gom-ock 
*George Ludovic Houstoun, of Johnstone 
J. W. Shand-Harvey, of Castlesemple 



Zech. John Heys, calico printer. South 
Arthurlie, Barrhead, for himself and co- 
trustees of the deceased Zech. Heys, calico 
printer. South Arthurlie 
James Hill, merchant, Johnstone 
Robert Kerr, manufactm*er, in Glasgow and 

Paisley 
Wm. Logan, wi-iter, in Lochwinnoch, as factor 
and commissioner for Henry Macdowall, of 
Garthland and Carruth, to act and vote in 
the absence of the said Henry Macdowall 
Archibald Mackenzie, starch manufacturer, 

Paisley, residing at Milliken, Johnstone 
Thomas Edward Hall Maxwell, of Dargavel , 

Lieut. R.N. 
Matthew Morrison, wine and spirit merchant, 

Glasgow 
John Meikle of Lochlibo, 68 Osborne road, 

Newcastle-on-Tyne 
fJames Barclay Murdoch, of Capelrig, Mearns 
William Mure, of Caldwell 
Henry M'Call, of Daldowie, Glasgow 
*tHenry Macdowall, of Garthland 
Thomas M'Quaker, jun., writer in Glasgow 
residing at No. 1 Campside crescent, Langside 
David M'Haffie, of Eastwood 
Peter M'Laurin, residing at High Cartside 

Johnstone 
John M'Lachlan, engineer in Paisley 
Thomas M'Lellan, merchant, Barrhead 
Dugald Alexander ]\Iactavish, writer in John- 
stone, as factor and commissioner for John 
Chaxles Cuninghame, of Craigends, to act 
and vote in his absence 
John F. Patrick, of Grangehill 
James Paton, manufactm-er, Johnstone. 
tJames Montgomerie Pearson, civil engineer, 
as Factor and Commissioner for John Meikle 
of Lochlibo, to act and vote in his absence 
James Pollok, of Titwood 
James Pollock, bank agent, Barrhead 
Wm. Pollock, bank agent, Barrhead, as factor 
for AUan-Graham-Barns-Graham, to act and 
vote in his constituent's absence 
*tWilliam Fergusson Pollok, Pollok Castle, 
Mearns, as factor and Commissioner for, 
James Crawford Ferguson Pollok, of Upper 
Pollok. 
John Pollok, of Faside 

tJohn Poison, of Thomly, Westmount, Paisley 
H. R. B. Peile, Inverkip, as factor for Sir M. R. 
Shaw Stewart, Bart., for the time being, in 
absence of the said isir M. R. Shaw Stewart, 
Bart. 
*Charles Bine Renshaw, of Barochan,&c., M.P. 
George Wood Richardson, of Ralston 
tAlexander Archibald Speirs, of Elderslie. 
Robert Strang, of Auchengi-ange, Lochwinnoch 
Robert Thomas Napier Speir, of Culdees Castle 
Guy Speir, yr., of Blackstoun, Culdees Castle 
Thomas B. Seath, Smanyoaks, Langbank 
Wm. Stevenson, of Robbshill and Househill, 
Hurlet 



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George AVilliamson, calico printer, Locherfield, 
Eall)arclian 
*TThe Sheriff of the County 
*i-The Sheriff-Suhstitute, Paisley 
The Sheriff-Substitute, Greenock 
The Provost of Picnfrew 
The eldest Bailie of Renfrew 
The Provost of Paisley 
The Provost of Greenock 
*The Provost of Port-Glasgow 
The Provost of PoUokshaws 
The Senior Police Magistrate of Johnstone 
The Senior Police Magistrate of Gourock 
The Senior Police Magistrate of Barrhead. 

Clerk of Supply — James Caldwell — Office, County buildings. Paisley. 

Annual General Meeting held at Paisley, on the second Thursday of May. 

The 9th Section of the Act of Parliament, 17th and 18th Vict., cap. 91, states the qualifications 
necessary for a Commissioner of Supply. 



Hugh Stevenson, yr., of Househill 

Michael Hugh Shaw Stewart, of Carnock, M.P 

James Stewart, of Williamwood 

James Parker Smith, yr., of Jordanhill, M,P. 

Robert Sutherland of Southbar 

James Wallace, of Braehead, surgeon-dentist, 

Glasgow 
John Wallace, Ashton, Gom-ock 
Wm. Walker, doctor of medicine, PoUokshaws 
Alexander Wilson, Overtrees, Lochwinnoeh 
John Wilson, Freeland, Erskine, factor for the 

Right Hon. Lord Blantyre 
Robert William Rankine Wilson, of Braidbar 



Renfrewshire Agricultural Society. 

President — James Cowan, of Ross Hall. 
Vice-Presidents. 



His Grace The Dulve of Abercorn. 

Sir Michael Robert Shaw Stewart, Bart. 

The Right Hon. Lord Blythswood. 

The Right Hon. the Earl of Home. 

The Right Hon. Lord Blantyi-e. 

Sir Thomas Glen-Coats, Bart, Ferguslie Park. 

C. Bine Renshaw, M.P., of Barochan. 

Sir David Camck Robert Carrick Buchanan. 

Robert Thomas Napier Speir, Culdees castle. 

James Coats, jun., of Fergaislie. 

John Charles "Cuninghame, of Craigends. 

A. A. Speirs, of Houston and Elderslie. 

M. H. Shaw Stewart, M.P. 

Allan Gilmour, yr., of Eaglesham. 

James Coats, Auchendraue, Ayr. 

George Coats, Belleisle. 

Stewart Clark, of Kihiside, Paisley. 

Ai-chibald Coats, of Woodside, Paisley. 

W A. Coats, Skelmorlie Castle. 

George Ludovic Houstoun, of Johnstone. 

Sir- WilUam Dunn, Bart., M.P. for Paisley. 

Peter Coats, Garthland place, Paisley. 

Ordinary 

James A. Ferguson, Deanside, Renfrew. 
Walter Bowie, 26 Love street. Paisley. 
William White. Herschaw, Bishopton. 
Ai-thur Lang, West Kilbride, Kilmalcolm. 
W. S. Park, Hatton, Bishopton. 
R. C. Young, Netherfield, by Johnstone. 
John AATiyte, Nethercraigends, Linwood. 
Wni. Howie, Finnockbog. Inverkip. 

D. A. Mactavish, wi-iter, Johnstone. 
William Renfrew, Ferguslie farm, Paisley. 
R. Arneil, Corsebar, Paisley. 

David Osborne, Craig, Neilston. 
George M'Murrich, Over-Johnstone, by John- 
stone. 
H. B. M'Kie, Erskine, Bishopton. 



Sir John Cheyne, Q.C., Sheriff of Renfrew and 
Bute. 

David Cross, of Ingliston. 

W. D. Graham Menzies, of Hallj''bm'ton. 

William Wilson, Brabloch. 

Sir John Stirling Maxwell, Bart, of Pollok 

William Mure of Caldwell. 

Daniel Coats, Garthland place. 

T. G. Arthur, Carrick House. 

Walter B. Longton, Southbar. 
i F. W. Wotherspoon, of Maxwellton. • 
' H. H. Smiley, of Gallowhill. 

Da^id Tod, of Hartfleld. 
! Kenneth M. Clark, Netherhill. 
I George W. Henderson, of Park. 
I George J. Kidston, of Finlaj^stone. 
I Andrew Coats, Ferguslie House. 

Sheriff Henderson, Onnlie. 

Colonel King, of Leveraholme. 
I John Poison, of Wchtmount. 
I Robert Sutherland, of Southbar. 

Dit^ectors. 

R. C. Marshall, of Bruntshields, Kilbarchan. 
Walter Bowie, Dykebarhill. Paisley. 
John Pollock, jim , Springside, Howwood. 
Davrd Blair, Gavilraoss, Lochwinnoeh. 
George Gilmoui-. Saturland, Barrhead. 
John Adam, Walkinshaw, by Paisley. 
John Walker, Abbey street. Paisley. 
John Wilson, Freeland, Bishopton. 
Robert Watson, Sheeppark, PoUokshaws. 
J. Chalmers, potato merchant, Greenock. 
Wm. Taylor, Park mains, Renfrew. 
A. A. Lang, Garnej'land, Inchinnan. 
Alexander Scott. North mains, Linwood. 
Alexander Love, Margaret's mill, Kilmalcolm, 
James Clark, Burnside, Newton-Meams. 



Secretary and Treasurer— Bea^swxa. Lang, solicitor, 94 High street. Paisley. 
Office-bearers elected November of each year 



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4th Battalion Arg^yle and Sutherland Highlanders. 

(Late ROTAL Renfkkw Militia). 
Colonel and Lieut.-Colonel Commanding— A.. C. D. Dick, Clerkington, Haddington. 
Majors and Hon. Lieut. -Colonels — M. D. Campbell, Innischonan, Argyleshire, and J. 
Cuninghame, Craigends, Renfrewshire, 
^d/wfawi— Captain James Deane, Barracks, Paisley. 
Quartermaster —Csi^tSiiQ. Alexander M'Rae, Overwood, Paisley. 
Medical Officet — Dr. James Duncan, M.D., Churchliill house, Paisley. 

PERMANENT STAFF. 
Sergeant-Major — David Muir, Barracks. 
Quartermaster-Sergeant— Wva.. Christie, Barracks. 
Sergeant Instructor of Musketry —'M.3LtthQ^\ M'Laughlin, Barracks. 
Orderly Room Clerk— W. Gr. S. Maxwell, Barracks. 
Sergeant Drummer ~ J. R. Tait, Barracks. 
Sergeant Pipei — John M'Kay, Barracks. 



Renfrewshire Police. 

Head Quaetees — County Buildings, Love Steeet, Paisley. 
Chief Cowsto&?e— Charles Harding. 

Head Quaetees oe Home Division — Superintendent "Wilson in charge, assisted by the OflSce 

Sergeant. Stations — Paisley, Bishopton, Elderslie, Half-way House, Inchinnan, Linwood, 

Nethercraigs, Scotstoun, and Yoker. 
Geeenock oe Westeen Division — Supt. Bremner in charge. Stations — Greenock, Gateside, 

Gourock, Inverkip, Kilmalcolm, Langbank, Wemyss Bay, and Clune Brae. 
Kilbaechan oe Southeen Division — Inspector Gordon in charge. Stations — Kilbarchan, 

Bridge of Weir, Crosslee, Howwood, and Lochwinnoch. 
PoLLOKSHAWS OE Easteen DIVISION — Inspector M'Diarmid in charge. Stations — PoUokshaws. 

Cathcart (New), Cathcart (Old). 
Newton-Meaens (Sub-Division) — Sergeant Sinclair in charge. Stations — Newton-Mearns, Busby, 

Eaglesham, Giffnock, and Thornliebank. 
Baeehead Division — Inspector Tosh in charge. Stations — BaiThead, Neilston, Nitshill, and 

Uplawmoor. 
Poet-Glasgow Division — Inspector Craig in charge. Statio7i—Buv^h of Port-Glasgow. 



TABLE OF DISTANCES 

FROM THE 

Cross of Paisley to Different Places in the County. 



m. f. p. 

Abercorn buildings, 22 Gauze street, 2 4 

Abbey Kirk, 16 Smithhills, 1 U 

Abbey Manse, 7 Garthland street — Eev. Dr. Gentles, 3 39 

Abbotsinch, 15 8 

Adelphi mill place — Johnstone, 4 19 

Ardon Lime Kilns — Darnley, 5 1 16 

Arthurlie, 3 6 20 

Arthurlie Bleachfield, 4 1 12 

Arthurlie House — Barrhead, 4 3 29 

Arthurlie Inn, 3 7 22 

Auchentorlie — Alexander Cattanch, 7 29 

Auldhouse Bleachfield, 6 2 22 

Bankhouse — Johnstone, 3 5 11 

Banktop Works, 3 6 1 

Barbush, 3 6 24 

Bargarren, 5 5 

Barr Castle, 10 1 31 

Barshaw — Mrs. James Arthur, 1 4 10 

Barshaw Park, ..: 1 32 

Barskivan, 1 6 36 

Barrhead — United Presbyterian Church (gate of) 4 2 5 

Beauchamp place — Provost Johnston, approach 42 Love street, 4 13 

Bishopton, 6 10 

Blackball — Mr. David Riddell, farmer, 10 4 

Blythswood House — Lord Blythswood of Blythswood, 3 6 30 

Brabloch— William Wilson, 5 12 

Bridge of Elliston — road to Beith, 6 4 13 

Bridge of Weir (Cross)— Wheat Sheaf Inn 7 33 

Bridge of Weir Church (gate of) 6 6 12 

Broadly Flax Mill 5 3 15 

Broomlands (head of West street) — Old Deer Inn, 5 36 

Broomlands (No. 41) head of — Ferguslie East lane, 7 11 

Broomward House (Bridge of Weir), 7 3 

Burnbrae—R. T. N. Speirs of Culdees Castle, 3 6 1 

Calderhaugh Mill, 9 7 13 

Calder Park Mills, Lochwinnoch, 9 7 29 

Calside (head of Stock street), 5 28 

Camphill, ..». > 6 8 

Carlebar, 4 2 7 

Carrnth, 8 7 15 

. Oartside Mill— Smith & M'Laurin, 4 4 36 

Castlehead, 7 8 



TABLE OF DISTANCES. 261 

m. f. p* 

Causeyside (foot of New street), 1 23 

Causeyside, head of (No. 59), 4 

Chappel Bleachfield, 3 7 12 

Chappel Works 3 7 9 

Colinslee, 1 1 17 

Cochrane place — road from Paisley to Howwood, 4 5 2 

Cotton street (No. 1), 1 30 

Cross Arthurlie, 3 6 3 

Cross Arthurlie Printfield, 3 7 21 

Crofthead 5 7 25 

Crofthead Mill, 5 7 

Crofthead Bleachfield, near Neilston, 6 28 

Cowglen Coal Works 5 12 

Cowglen, 4 7 2 

Crossflat, 4 35 

Crosslee, 5 3 

Crosslee House, 6 12 

Crosslee Mills, 5 7 10 

Darnley House, the ancient residence of Lord Darnley (in ruins), 4 2 13 

Dunterlie Cottage, 3 6 5 

Dunterlie (Barrhead), 3 5 37 

Elderslie House, 3 2 32 

Elderslie Cottage, 2 5 12 

Elderslie Cross — Elderslie Inn, 2 2 19 

Elderslie Mill, 2 4 36 

Elderslie Old House (the birth-place of Sir William Wallace), 2 5 16 

Eastwood Kirk, 6 3 2 

Fairhill— John Hutchison, 7 9 

Fereneze Calico Printfield , 3 5 18 

Fereneze Cotton Mill, 4 3 24 

Fergusly (near the site of Fergusly Castle), 1 2 36 

Ferguslie Hill (Paisley), 12 7 

Ferguslie House, 1 36 

FloorsMill, 3 6 31 

Foxbar, via Meikleriggs, 2 7 19 

Gallowhill—H. H. Smiley, 12 

Garthland Place (No. 4), 3 2 

Gas Work, Johnstone, 3 6 38 

Gateside Mill Printwork (by Chappell), 4 5 3 

Glandei'stone Bleachfield (south of Barrhead ), 5 35 

Glenfield Works, 2 1 16 

Glenpatrick Printwork, 3 1 

Glentyan House, 6 25 

Grahamstone Cross — Barrhead Railway Station, 3 3 38 

Greenbank Fancy Dye works — Pollokshaws, 6 1 32 

Greenhill House, 5 18 

Greenock, 16 3 2 

Greenlaw House, 5 10 

Gryfe Bank House — Bridge of Weir, 7 19 

Gryfe Grove Mill— Bridge of Weir, 7 2 27 

GryfeMills, 7 3 9 



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m. f. p. 

Hagg Mill, Johnstone, 4 2 6 

Haugh — Hurlet road, leading to Pollokshaws, 4 1 29 

Hawkhead House 2 12 

Hawkhead Corn, Flour, and Barley Mills — J. & R. Ramsay, 17 2 

High street (head of Lady lane), 2 35 

Houston Cross (by Johnstone and Crosslee), 6 7 5 

Houston Free Church, 6 6 26 

Houston Parish Church, 7 29 

Houston Parish Manse, 6 3 38 

Houston Bleachfield, 7 1 23 

Househill House (road from Hurlet to Pollokshaws), 3 7 18 

Howwood — Buck's Head Inn, 5 6 32 

Hurlet (cross roads) — Archibald Renfrew, blacksmith, 3 32 

Hurlet Alum Works, 3 1 30 

Hurlet Alum and Copperas Works, 3 1 26 

Inchinnan Bridge, 2 5 20 

Inchinnan Kirk, , 2 7 15 

Inchinnan Manse, 2 7 2 

Inkermann, 2 7 

Johnstone Castle, 3 5 8 

Johnstone Cross (near Black Bull Head lun), 3 5 34 

Johnstone Flax Mill— Finlayson, Bousfield, & Co. Ltd,, 3 6 33 

Johnstone Mill— William Paton Ltd., 3 6 27 

Kilbarchan (Cross), t 5 4 30 

Kilbarchan Parish Kirk, 5 5 6 

Kilbarchan Parish Manse, 5 2 2Q 

Kilbarchan United Presbyterian Manse, 5 6 30 

Kilnside House— Mr. Stewart Clark, 4 31 

Kirktonfield, 5 3 28 

Kilmalcolm, 11 1 

Langbank, 10 2 

Langside — memorable for the defeat of Queen Mary's troops, 13th 

May, 1568, 7 

Levern Bank Inn, 5 

Levern Mill, 4 

Linclive, 2 

Linside, 

Linwood Cotton Works, 3 

Locher Bank, 6 

Lochwinnoch Cross (Black Bull Inn), 9 

Loch winnoch Parish Kirk, 9 

Lochwinnoch Parish Manse, .., 10 

Lochwinnoch Roadhead Inn, 8 

Lochwinnoch United Presbyterian Church, 9 

Lochwinnoch United Presbyterian Manse, 9 

Love street (No. 50.), 

Lylesland, 

Max wellton House, 7 



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TABLE OF DISTANCES. 263 

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Maxwellton street (Horse Shoe) — near this spot several persons, con- 
demned for witchcraft, were burned in 1697,.. 

Maxwellton (No. 1), 

Merksworth Cottage, Inchinuan road, 1 

Midtonfield, 5 

Millbank, ... 10 

Millarston (Bridge) — Candren burn, 1 

Milliken, 4 

Mount Pleasant (Johnstone), 3 

Mount Pleasant (Paisley) — Rev. Dr. Hutton, 

Neilston Cross (opposite Parish Church Gate), 5 

Neilston Parish Manse, 5 

Nethercommon, , 

Netherfield, 4 

Nether Kirkton, 5 

Newfield— Mr. R. Watson, 4 

New Mill (Bridge of Weir), 7 

New Mill (Johnstone), 3 

Newton of Belltrees, 8 

Nitshill Alum and Copperas Works, 3 

Nitshill (Cross), 3 

Old Mill (Bridge of Weir), 7 

Old Mill (Johnstone), 3 

Paisley Barracks, , 

Paisley East Toll Bar (late), 

Paisley Gas W^orks — George Hislop, engineer and manager, 

Peockland House (Johnstone), 3 

Peockland Mill (Johnstone) — D. Biggart & Sons, 3 

Pollok, 

Pollokshaws (Cross), 6 

Port-Glasgow, 13 

Quarrel ton, 3 

Ralston House, 1 

Renfrew^ Cross (Black Bull Inn), 2 

Renfrew Ferry, 3 

Rosebank Cottage, Johnstone, 3 

Saint Fillan's Catholic Church, Houston, 6 

Saint John the Evangelist's Church, Barrhead, 4 

Sandyford (West), 1 

Saucel Bank House, 

Sacell Brewery, 

Shaw Mill, 6 

Shortroods, 

South Arthurlie Printfield — Z. Heys & Sons, 3 

Springbank Field — near Neilston, 5 

Springfield, 4 

Springfield House, 4 

Springhill House, 4 

St. James street (No. 20) — head of Caledonia street, 

Storie street (No. 32) foot of, 

Stow place, 



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264 PAISLEY DIEECTORY. 

TO. / p. 

Thornhill House, 3 26 

Thorn, 3 

Thornliebank House, 5 G 21 

Thornliebauk New Field — Walter Crum & Co., 5 5 1 

Thornliebank Printfield and Mill— do., 5 7 12 

Three Mile House — Glasgo w road, 3 3 

Trees, 3 4 35 

Underwood Cottage — Mr. J. B. Lamb, architect and surveyor, 3 16 

Underwood Power-loom Weaving Factory— R. & J. P. Kerr, 4 2 

Upper Greenbank — Pollokshaws, 6 3 6 

View Bank (Calside), 7 9 

Wellmeadow (No. 21), 4 

West Arthurlie Bleachfield, 3 7 28 

West Hurlet House, 2 7 10 

Woodfoot (Houston parish), 6 31 

Woodside (once the seat of a Roman camp) — Mr. Archd. Coats, 6 14 

Woodside (Kilbarchan), , 5 4 13 



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RENFREW DIRECTORY. 



ADAM, Elizabeth, spirit dealer, 32 Canal street — house do. 

Alice, A., butler, Blythswood house 

Allan, Mrs. Agnes, grocer, 45 High street — house 15 Hairst street 

Anderson, Daniel, confectioner, Newton, Moorpark 

Anderson, Mrs., Longcroft house, Inchinnan road 

Anderson, Rev. George, B.D., minister of the Established Church, 

The Manse, Alexandria drive 
Anderson, Robert, Glenavon, Clyde street 
Anderson, Robert, confectioner, 29 Fulbar street — ho. 46 do. 
Andrews, William, hardware and china merchant, 10 Fulbar street — 

house 1 Pinkerton lane 
Angus, William, grocer, 11 Barnett place, Yoker 

BABCOCK & WILCOX, Ltd., patent water tube boilermakers 

and engineers. South Renfrew 
Bain, James, police sergeant — house 11 Fulbar street 
Bainbridge, Charles, grocer, 65 High street — house 1 Pinkerton lane 
Baird, Colin P., draper, 31 High street — house Laurence place, 

Hairst street 
Baird, James, cowfeeder, 9 Queen street — house do. 
Barn, Mrs., housekeeper, Blythswood house 
Barr, James, headmaster, Yoker school 
Barr, Miss, hardware and fancy goods, 14 High street 
Bennie, Robert, Blythswood lodge 
Beveridge, Robert, grocer and provision merchant, 36 Hairst 

street — house 34 do. 
Bingham, James & Son, boot and shoemakers, 8 Moorpark terrace 

— house 7 do. 
Birrell, Harry, contractor, 70 High street 
Blair, James, grocer, 7 Hairst street — house 9 Hairst street 
Blythswood Laundry (Mrs. Philip, mistress), 61 Manse st. — ho. do. 
Blythswood Restaurant, 51 Hairst street 
Blythswood, the Right Hon. Lord, of Blythswood, and 2 Seamore 

place, Mayfair, London 
Bouar, John, stationer and tobacconist, 23 Dunlop street 
British Linen Coy. Bank ; Agents, John M'Laren and John Storry, 

Lawrence place, Hairst street 



266 EENFREW DIRECTORY. 

Briggs, John H., works manager at Babcock & Wilcox, Ltd. — ^ho. 

Moorpark house 
Brodie, John, of M'Gregor & Brodie — house Albert cottage, Paisley 

road 
Brown, Andrew, of William Simons & Co., Ltd., Castlehill 
Brown, Andrew M'N., engineer, of Wm. Simons & Co., Ltd. — 

house Strathclyde, Dumb reck, Glasgow 
Brown, James, Glenfruin 

Brown, Thomas, smith and farrier, 27 Hairst street — house do. 
Brown, Walter, shipbuilder, of Wm. >imons & Co., Ltd. — house 

Monkdyke 
Brown, William, of Wm. Simons & Co., Ltd., Meadowflat 
Buchanan, Archibald, registrar of births, &c., for the Parish of 

Renfrew, assessor for the Burgh of Renfrew, and session clerk, 

27 Queen street 
Buchanan & French, timber merchants, Albert Saw mills, Pol'terfield, 

and 52 St. Enoch square, Glasgow 
Buchanan, J., grocer, Neil buildings. Ferry road — house 7 Clyde 

street 
Buchanan, John, of Buchanan & French, Albert Saw Mills — house 

Cluny 
Buchanan, Miss J., confectioner, 30 Fulbar street — house 36 do. 
Buckle, William, grocer, 1 2 High street — house Bennie place 

C ALDER, Duncan Forbes, police inspector — ho. 4 Bell street 

Caldwell, Hugh, slater, 50 High street — house 46 do. 

Cameron, Samuel, dairyman, 6 Glebe street 

Campbell, Alexander, confectioner, 15 Ferry road — house do. 

Campbell, John, painter and decorator, 4 Laurence place, 58 Hairst 

street — house Ballochmyle, Paisley road 
Campbell, Mrs. Robert, farmer. New Mains, Paisle^'^ road 
Carabbee, The Manufacturing Co. (Messrs. Thom & Hannay), 140 

High street 
Carlin, Margaret, cooking depot, 25 Ferry road 
Carlisle, James, draper, 12 Paisley road 
Carruth, Mrs. James, wine and spirit merchant, 1 Canal street — 

house do. 
Chester & Co., Edward, Limited, mining and electrical engineering 

works, Renfrew 
Clark, John, funeral undertaker and carriage hirer — ho. Mansefield 

house, High street 
Clark, William, wine and spirit merchant, 69 and 71 High street 

—house 4 King's lane 
Colquhoun, John, ironmonger, 67 High street — house Bell street 



RENFREW DIRECTORY. 267 

Colquhoun, Robert, tailor and clothier, 13 Hairst street — house 
9 Bell street 

Co-operative Coal Depot, Fulbar street 

Co-operative (Equitable) Store, 24 High street ; Robert Burns, sales- 
man — house Orchard street. Branch, Hairst street ; David 
Michie, salesman — house Park place, Queen street. Fleshing 
department, Church St.; Archibald Mutch, salesman — house 4 
Muir street. Boot Department, 26 High street ; Peter Logan, 
foreman — house 33 Orchard street. Drapery Department, 22 
High street — Miss Gill, saleswoman 

Connell, John, riveter, 21 Queen street 

Craig, Robert, engineer manager to Lobnitz & Co. Ltd. — house 
Gordon villa 

Crawford, Andrew, Blythswood lodge 

Crawford, John, grocer, Moorpark 

Crawford, Robert, grocer, Newtoun — house do. 

Crosbie, Miss, fruiterer, 30 Hairst street 

Crosbie, William, carriage hirer, 32 Hairst street 

Cumming, John, flesher. Cross — house Hermitage. 

DAVIDSON, John, clerk to George Wilson & Co. — ho. Moorpark 
Davie, William, foreman engineer at Chester & Co.'s Ltd. — house 

Albert drive 
Deans, Gilbert, chief constable, Police Chambers— house 48 

Hairst street 
Deans, Gilbert, inspector of explosives and common lodging-houses 

and prosecutor in Dean of Guild Court, and inspector of light- 
ing — house 48 Hairst street 
Devine, Mrs. W., confectioner, 35 Manse street 
Disher, E., fruiterer and confectioner, 25 Orchard street — house 1 

Tennant street 
Donald, Andrew, grocer and wine merchant, 13 High street — house 

Bon Accord villa. Paisley road 
Donald, James, Glasgow, Govan, and Renfrew carrier, 40 Fulbar 

street. Glasgow quarters, 84 Virginia street 
Donald, Andrew G., post-office, Yoker — house Graham place 
Donald, Archibald, restaurant, 29 Canal street 
Donaldson, James, consulting engineer, Glasgow — house Almond 

villa. Paisley road 
Dougal, Charles, joiner, 4 Blythswood road 
Douglas, Mrs. William, grocer, 114 High street 
Drew, Alexander, dairyman, Ferry-roadhead, Yoker — house do. 
Drysdale, A., draper, 13 Canal stieet — house 6 Muir street 
Duncan, James, grocer, Porterfield road — house do. 



268 RENFREW DIRECTORY. 



Duncan, Robert, grocer and provision merchant, 50 Hairst street — 

house Manscroft 
Duncan, Mrs. Robert, Clydeview, Clyde street. 
Dunsmuir, Robert, M.B., CM., Cross Apothecaries' Hall — house 

Ravenscraig, Paisley road 
Dykes, Miss, milliner and dressmaker, 44 Hairst street — ^house 

Hairst street 

EADIE, H., joiner, 3 Meadowside street 
Eastmans Ltd., butchers, 3 High street 

Elder, Mrs. William, 21 Queen street — house Porterfield road 
Evangelistic Hall, 9 Wilson street 

Ewing, William, manager to William Simons & Co. Ltd. — house 47 
Ferry road 

FALCONER, Mrs., greengrocer, 111 Moorpark terrace 
Ferguson, James A., factor to Elderslie estate — house Deanside 
Ferguson, Peter, Croftenrigh 
Findlay, John Sawers, M.B., CM., 7 Barnett place, Yoker — house 

Park cottage, Yoker 
Findlay, Norman, grocer and provision merchant, 17 High street — 

house 15 do. 
Fisher, Pearson, manager to Edward Chester & Co. Ltd. — house 

Amstel house 
Fleming, William, tailor, 2 Queen's place. Paisley road 
Foggo, William, gamekeeper, Blythswood 
Foggo, jun., William, under-gamekeeper, Blythswood 
French, John, of Buchanan & French — house Cluny 

GALLACHER, John, wine and spirit merchant, 27 Ferry road — 

house 46 Orchard street 
Gallacher, Mary Ann, confectioner, 32 High street — house do. 
Garven, Matthew, station master, Glasgow and South-Western 

Railway Co., Fulbar st. and Wharf, and ^'outh Renfrew — ho. 

Fulbar St. Station 
Garven, Matthew, agent for Caledonian Insurance Co., Railway 

Passenger Insurance Co., and Scottish Accident Insurance 

Co. — house Fulbar Street Station 
Gilchrist, Mrs., cowfeeder, 14 Bell street 
Gillespie, Wm.,& Son, slaters and cement merchants, 62 Fulbar st. 

— head office 82 New Sneddon street. Paisley 
Glen, George, manager of distillery, Yoker — ho. Yoker holm 
Gold, Andrew, keeper of baths — house 12 Manse street 
Godsman, John, spirit merchant, 21 Canal st. — ho. 51 do. 



RENFREW DIRECTORY. 269 



HALL, Ellen, toy and china merchant, 69 Hairst street 

Hamilton, Mrs. James, Hope cottage, Paisley road 

Hardie, Mrs. , grocer, Newtown, Moorpark 

Harper, Andrew R., B.L., writer, joint Town -Clerk, Municipal 

buildings — house The Haining 
Harvey's Yoker Distillery Ltd., Yoker 

Hendry, David, chemist, Cross Apothecaries' Hall — ho. 37 Bell st. 
Hendry, William, wine and spirit merchant, 13 Meadowside street 

— house Blythswood drive 
Herbison, Mrs., dressmaker, Moorpark 
Herron, William, writer, and joint Town Clerk, and agent for the 

Union Bank of Scotland Limited, Municipal buildings — house 

Argyle lodge, Paisley road 
Hill, James, M.D., 16 Hairst street — house 3 Houston terrace 
Hill, Rev. Robert, M. A., minister of Free Church — manse Renfieldst. 
Hillcoat, Anthony, spirit merchant, Moorpark, Paisley road — ho do. 
Hillcoat, Daniel, joiner and builder, 7 Fulbar street — house Renfield 

street 
Hogarth, Rev. John, M.A., U.P. Manse, Paisley road 
Hogg, John Duncan, provision importer, Glasgow — ho. Broomcroft, 

Paisley road 
Home, Nurses', 63 Manse street 
Hutchison, James, boot and shoemaker, 14 Hairst street — house 8 

Park place. Queen street 

INNES, William, caretaker of Municipal buildings, and public 

weigher, Town Hall — house 2 Muir street 
Irvine, Thomas, hair-dresser, 43 High street — ho. 43 Hairst st. 

JACK, John, Home cottage, Paisley road 

Jenkins, George, Union bank of Scotland Ltd — house Jesmond 
Johnson, Minnie, milliner and baby linen warehouse, 38 Fulbar st. 
Johnston, Thomas, millwright and teak wood flowerpot maker, 18 
Fulbar street 

KENNEDY, Jas.,|tailor and clothier, 29 Hairst st.— ho. 72 Fulbar st. 
Kerr & Watson, architects, 16 Fulbar street 
Keter, Robert, dairyman, 27 Fulbar street 
Keter, William, farmer, Bogside 

King, John, plumber and gasfitter, 13 Bell street — house do. 
Kinniment, J., farmer, Fauldshead 
Kirk, Arthur, restaurant, Porterfield road 

Kirk, Leslie, painter and decorator, St. Andrew's Cross — house 
Clydebank 



270 RENFREW DIRECTORY. 

Kirk, Thomas D., cashier at Babcock & Wilcox, Ltd. — house 248 

Kenmure street, PoUokshields 
Knight, William, manager at G-eorge Wilson & Co.'s — house 

Moorpark house 

LANG-, Robert, spirit merchant, 1 Victoria drive, Moorpark — ^house 

1 Manse street 
Lang, Miss M. B., 2 Houston terrace. Paisley road 
Lang, Miss Jane S., 2 Houston terrace, Paisley road 
Liddell, Archibald, grocer, 45 High street — ho. 1 Houston terrace 
Lighbody, Thomas, manager of gasworks and superintendent of Fire 

Brigade — house 47 Ferry road 
Lobnitz & Co., Ltd., engineers and shipbuilders 
Lobnitz, Fred., of Lobnitz & Co., Ltd. — house Clarence house 
Logan, Peter, foreman shoemaker to Equitable Co-operative Society 

— house Orchard street 
Lorimer, Walter, ironmonger, 53 Hairst street — house Park place, 

Queen street 
Loudon, John, builder and slater, Hairst St., corner of Lichinnan rd. 
Luke, James, upholsterer, 26 Canal street — ho. Ferry house, Yoker 
Lyon, Peier, grocer and provision merchant, 26 Fulbar street — ho. 

19 Dunlop street 

MAIN, P. S., keeper. Masonic Hall — house 11 High street 
Manson, A. & M., drapers, 6 High street — ho. Wellcroft cottage 
Methven, John, gardener, Blythswood 
Miller, Alex., janitor, Grammar School and Blythswood Testimonial 

— house Schoolhouse 
Miller, William, house, property, and insurance agent, 65 Hairst 

street — house 78 High street 
Milliken, James, grocer and flesher, 8 Hairst street — house 2 Muir 

street 
Marchant, E. W., B.Sc, electrical engineer, Blythswood Laboratory 

— house Elder Bank 
Moffat, Mary, draper, 55 Hairst street 
Monteith, Miss H., confectioner, 54 Fulbar street — house 22 

Manse street 
Montgomerie, Robert, baker, 7 Inchinnan road — house 9 do. 
Montgomery, Rev. John, R.C. clergyman, Clydebank 
Moorpark Post Office, 7 Moorpark terrace 
Morton, H. S., of H. S. Morton & Co.— house 33 Bell street 
Morton, H. S., & Co., drapers, 11 Hairst street 
Muir, Andrew P., auctioneer and valuator, Gowanlea villa, Paisley 

road, and 47 Sauchiehall street, Glasgow 



RENFREW DIRECTORY. 271 

Muirhead, David, wine and spirit mercht., 1 & 2 Barnett pi., Yoker 
Miinro, Jane, umbrella maker, 21 Dunlop street — house do. 
Munro, Thomas, grocer, 29 Orchard street 
Mnnro, Thomas, grocer and provision merchant, 9 Canal street 

— house 11 do. 
Murison, James J., watchmaker, jeweller, and optician, 18 High st. 

— house 20 Seaforth terrace 
Murray, Mrs. W. G., dairy, 23 Orchard street — house 1 Tennant st. 
Myles, Wm., jnnr., agent for Savings Bank, factor and insurance 

agent, Savings Bank — house Croft cottage 

M'ADAM, Misses, confectioners, 2 Eankin's lane — house do. 

M'Allister, Archibald, gardener, Elderslie gardens 

M'Allister, Thomas G., agent, Caledonian Railway, Fulbar street — 

house 28 Inchinnan road 
M'Aulay, Hugh, confectioner, 19 Moorpark terrace — house 18 do. 
M'Auslan, Elizabeth, stationer, 13 Inchinnan road 
M'Bride, Dolty, boot and shoemaker, 34 High street 
M'Burnie, Alexander, confectioner, 18 Orchard street 
M'Call, William, spirit merchant, 44 Fulbar street — house 9 do. 
M'Clue, J. D., hatter and hosier, 15 Canal st — ho. 61 Hau^st street 
M'Coll, John, at M'Gregor & Brodie's— ho. 6 Muir st. 
M'Cormick, Hugh, spirit dealer, 103 High street — house 101 do. 
Macrae, D. R., stationer and tobacconist, Porterfield road — ho. do. 
Macdonald, James, fruiterer and confectioner, 7 High street — house 

6 Queen street 
M'Donald, James, traveller — house Mayfield, Paisley road 
M'Donald, John, farmer, Porterfield 
M'Dougall, Mrs., Craigielea, Paisley road 
M'Evoy, Thomas, parish priest, 15 Bell street 
M'Ewen, John, Renfrew and Glasgow carrier, 53 Dunlop street, 

Glasgow — house Seaforth terrace 
M'Ewing, John, grocer, 22 High street — house do. 
M'Fadyen, Andrew, bootmaking and repairing shop, 1 Wilson st. 

— house 68 Fulbar street 
M'Geoch, Robert, plumber, ironmonger, and cycle builder, 25 Dunlop 

street — house do. 
M'Ghee, Michael, grocer, 47 Hairst street 
M'Ginnigle, James, wine and spirit merchant, 27 High street — ho. 

Fulbar street 
M'Glashan, John, schoolmaster, Renfrew Grammar School — house 

Rowanbank, Paisley road 
M'Gown, Andrew, wine and spirit merchant, Ferryroadhead, Yoker 
M'Gregor, Daniel, foreman boilermaker — house 29 Ferry road 



272 RENFREW DIRECTORY. 

M'Gregor & Brodie, wholesale upholsterers and frame makers, 

South Renfrew 
M'Gregor, John, of M'Gregor & Brodie — house Strathearn cottage, 

Paisley road 
M'Guire, Mrs., baker, 7 Moorpark terrace — house do. 
M'Intosh, John, wine and spirit merchant, Glasgow and South- 
western Hotel, 7 Clyde street — house do. 
M'Intyre, Alexander, flesher, 10 Hairst street — house Glebe cottage 
M'Intyre, Mrs. James, flesher, 51 High street — house M'Farlane 

place, Hairst street 
M'Intyre, W. & J., fleshers, 57 Hairst street — ho. 36 Fulbar st. 
Mackay, James G., grocer and provision merchant, 5 Moorpark 

terrace — house Porterfield road 
M'Kechnie, Robert, wright, 5 Muir street — house 3 do. 
M'Kechnie, Mrs. John, wine and spirit merchant. Ferry inn, Clyde 

street 
M'Keddie, Miss, confectioner, 23 Fulbar street — house Bell street 
M'Kenzie, Robert, stationer and tobacconist, 4 High street — house 

6 Blythswood road 
M'Kerrell, John, & Son, tailors and clothiers, 9 High street — house 

Ravenscraig, Paisley road 
M'Laren, J., Town Chamberlain, and agent British Linen Coy. Bank, 

Hairst street — ho. Croft street 
M'Millan, Charles, spirit dealer, 3 Canal street 
M'Millan, John, manager of Prince of Wales Coffee Palace, 80 

Fulbar street 
M'Murray, Wm. C, secretary Wm. Simons & Co., Ltd. — house 53 

Ferry road 
M'Nair, John, cowf eeder, Longcroft house, Inchinnan road 
M'Neil, Daniel, carting contractor, 15 Manse street 
M'Whinnie, James, butcher,^! 2 Fulbar street — house 9 do. 

NAPIER, H. A., printer and stationer, 5 Canal street — house Neil 

buildings 
National Telephone Company Limited, Renfrew Branch, 40 Hairst 

street 
Neville, William, dairyman, 12 Moorpark terrace — house do. 

PARK, Mrs., spirit dealer, 26 Manse street 

Parker, John R., inspector of poor, collector of rates for the 

Parish of Renfrew ; clerk to Parish Council and Landward 

School Board, 76 Fulbar street 
Paterson, Adam P., burgh surveyor, Fulbar street — house Rock 

cottage. Glebe street 



EENFEEW DIRECTORY. 273 

Pa ton, John, farmer 

Paton, Mrs. A., draper, 20 Moorpark terrace 

Peacock, W., confectioner, 1 Paisley road 

Pollock, John, Blythswood lodge 

Post Office, 11 Inchinnan road — Robert Duncan, postmaster 

Prince of Wales Coffee Palace, 80 Fulbar st. — J. M'Millan, manager 

QUIN, William, restaurant, 17 Meadowside street — ho. Renfield st 

RANKIN, Daniel, hairdresser, 8 Fulbar st. — house 7 Wilson st. 
Reid, R. L., Music instructor for Renfrew School Board, 7 Berlin 

terrace, Pollokshields 
Reid, Mrs., confectioner, Ferryroadhead, Yoker — house do. 
Reid, William, assistant works manager at Babcock & Wilcox Ltd. 

— house 2 Hillview cottages, Yoker 
Renfrew Ferry ; Peter Shaw, manager — house North Ferry house 
Renfrew Working Men's Investment and Building Society (Limited), 

6 Blythswood road — William L. Yuill, 8 Blythswood road, 

secretary and treasurer — house 37 Orchard street 
Rhodes, Mrs., 4 Houston terrace 
Ritchie, James, baker, 19 High street — house 21 do. 
Ritchie, Robert, joiner, Fulbar lane — house 22 Renfield street 
Robb, Colin, wine and spirit merchant, Yoker 
Robertson, Colin, hairdresser, 36^ Fulbar street — ho. 25 do. 
Rogers, Joseph, watchmaker, 38 Hairst street — house 40 do. 
Russell, Thomas S., baker, 48 High street — ho. Mayfield, Paisley rd. 

SHARP, Henry S., wine and spirit merchant, 39 and 41 High st. 

— house 1 Tennant street 
Shearer, Archibald, Rosevale cottage. Paisley road 
Shepherd, William, of Woolley & Shepherd — house 33 Fulbar street 
Sheridan, Michael L., pawnbroker, 75, 77, and 79 High st. — ho. do. 
Sidey, John, grocer, 6 Fulbar street — house 28 Fulbar street 
Simons,AVilliam, & Co.,Ltd.,engineers,shipbuilders,and ironfounders, 

London works 
Simpson, James, wine and spirit merchant, 44 High street — house 

3 Inchinnan road 
Sinclair, Neil, 42 Fulbar street 
Small, Thomas D., wine and spirit merchant, Ferryroadhead, Yoker 

— house do. 
Speirs, Alexander Archibald, of Elderslie — residences, Houston 

house and 4 Hill street, Berkeley square, London 
Speirs, Lady Anne, of Elderslie — residences, Houston house and 4 

Hill street, Berkeley square, London 

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274 RENFKEW DIRECTORY. 

Sproul, Robert, Glebe cottage, Glebe street 

Stevens, Wm. Goldie, physician and surgeon, 2 High street — 

house, Beechcroft villa. Paisley road 
Stevens, J. B., M.D., Moorpark surgery — house Beechcroft villa, 

Paisley road 
Stewart, Alexander, farmer, Mossland 
Stewart, James, cowfeeder, 35 Queen street 
Stewart & Learmont, solicitors, Blythswood road 
Stewart, Miss, Longcroft, Inchinnan road 
Storry, John, agent, Britisti Linen Coy. Bank, Hair^t street 
Struthers Brothers, butchers, Yoker 
Struthers, John, wine and spmt merchant, 25 and 27 Hairst street 

— house Hairst street 
Surtees, Francis Y., manager to Lobnitz & Co. (Limited) — house 

Westfield, Paisley road 

TEES DALE, James, grocer, 38 Bell street — house 17 do. 

Telephone Call Office, 5 Canal street 

Thode, G. W., manager with Babcock & Wilcox, Ltd. — house 3 

Drummond gardens, Jordanhill, Glasgow 
Thom & Hannay, boiler and pipe coverers, 140 High street 
Thomson, James, 23 Bell street 
Thomson, James G., blacksmith, Lawrence place — house 1 Muir 

street 
Thomson, John, draper, 2 Salisbury terrace, Inchinnan road — 

house 4 do. 
Thomson, Miss, dressmaker, 10 Bell street — house do. 
Thomson, William, factor for Renfrew Working Men's Investment 

and Building Society (Limited), 8 Blythswood road — house 37 

Orchard street 
Thurkettle, William, chief clerk at Chester & Co.'s Ltd. — house 

Ardmore 
Todd, David R., engineer at Babcock & Wilcox Ltd — ho. 25 Ran- 
dolph gardens, Partick 
Todd, James, spirit merchant, 52 Fulbar street — house Marsden, 

Croft street 
Todd, John, fruiterer and confectioner, 34J Fulbar street 
Tripuey, David, engineer — house Neil buildings, Ferry road 

UNION BANK OF SCOTLAND Ltd.— joi^it agents, Wm. Herrou 
and George Jenkins, The Cross 

VERNAL, Dugald, joiner and ironmonger, 17 Canal street — 
house 73 High street 



RENFREW DIRECTORY. 275 

Vernal, James, & Son, coal merchants, Fulbar street — house 68 do. 
Votessi, Donato, confectioner, 3 Wilson street and 6 Paisley road — 
house 3 Wilson street 

WALKER, Archibald, headmaster of Moorpark Public School — 

house Hillview, Yoker 
Walker, Henry L., spirit dealer, 21 Hairst street 
Waterston, Miss, wine and spirit merchant, Castlehill inn, 31 

Canal street — house do. 
Watson, Henry, saddler, 33 High street — house do. 
Watson, James, flesher, 22 Canal street — house 2 Victoria build- 
ings, Muir street 
Watt, John, cowfeeder, 21 Wilson street 
Watt, John, 31 Bell street 
White, Andrew, gas manager, Blythswood Gasworks — house 

Blythswood 
White, James, & Son, plumbers and gasfitters, 11 Manse street — 

house 9 do. 
WhitehilL Mrs. Robert, Bellview, Paisley road 
Whyte, Archibald, grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 55 High 

street — house Friarscroft 
Whyte, Mrs. J., Deneholme 

Wilson, George, & Co., muslin manufacturers, Moorpark factory 
Wires, Henry, coachman, Blythswood lodge 
Wood, James, & Co., coal merchants. Railway depots, Fulbar street, 

Renfrew. (See advt.) 
Wood, James R., cashier to Lobnitz & Co., Ltd. — house Midfaulds 

cottage, Paisley road 
Woolley & Shepherd, billposters, 33 Fulbar street 
Wright, Daniel, St. Thomas'- Croft 
Wright, Mrs. Peter, farmer. Knock farm, Paisley. 

YOUNG, J., & Son, boot and shoemakers, 17 Hairst street 

Young, John, fishmonger, 46 Hairst street 

Young, Mrs., confectioner, 18 Manse street 

Young, William Andrew, of Lobnitz & Co., Ltd. — ho. Millburn house 

Y^uill, Andrew, 21 Bell street 



RENFREW DIRECTORY. 



APPENDIX. 



MEMBERS OF TOWN COUNCIL 

Provost — Andrew Brown. Bailies — Peter Ferguson and John Cumming. 

Dean of Guild — John Clark. Treasurer — James R. Wood. 

COUNCILLORS 



Daniel Wright. 
WiUiam Irving. 
James Milliken. 



James Donaldson. 
John French. 
Robert Auderson. 



John Brodie. 

Town Clerics — William Herrou and Andrew R. Harper. 

Town Chamberlain — John M'Laren. 

Procurator-Fiscal — Robert Russell. Superintendent of Police — Gilbert Deans. 

Inspector of Weights and Measures — William Miller. 

Master oj Worhs and Sanitary Inspector — Adam P. Paterson, C.E. 

The management of Police is vested in the Town Council. 
Burgh Court held Fortnightly on alternate Mondays. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

RENFREW DISTRICT 

Provost, Magistrates, and Chairman of Parish Council for the time being. 
Andrew Brown. | Daniel Wright. 

Assessor under the Lands Valuation Act — Archibald Buchanan, Queen street. 

Quarter Sessions held first Tuesday of March, May, and August, and last 
Tuesday of October. Meetings for considering License Certificates held first 
Tuesday of May and last Tuesday of October. 



N EW ROADS AND 

Clerics — Herron & Harper. 



BRIDGES ACT 

Collector — John M'Laren. 



Thomas Bain. 
James Craig, 
James Donaldson. 
William Dousrlas. 



PARISH COUNCIL. 

Chairt)uin — Hush A. Napier. 
Councillors — 
Charles J. Fearnside. 
James Gardner. 
Andrew Gray. 
Archibald Kerr. 



James Morrison. 
Alexander M'Gilp. 
Thomas Rastall. 
Robert Taylor. 



LANDWARD COMMITTEE. 

Chairman — Thomas Rastall, Abbotsinch. 

Members — 
Charles J. Fearnside. I James Morrison, Scotstoun. 

James Gardner, Scotstounhill. | Andrew Gray. 

Pepi'esentative to District Committee of County Council — 

James Gardner, Lillieslea, Scotstounhill, Glasgow. 

Registrar — Arcliibald Buchanan, Queen street. 

Parish Council Chambers. 76 Fulbar street— John R. Parker, Inspector of Poor^ 

Collector of Rates, and Clerk. 



APPENDIX. 27 7 



SCHOOL BOARD, BURGH OF RENFREW 

Chairman — Arclid. Buchanan. 



Eev. Thomas M'Evoy. 
Allan Stewart. 
John Curamiusr. 



Archd. Whyte. 
Charles Baiobridge. 
Robert Colquhouu. 



Clerk, Correspondent, and Treasurer — Williana Miller. 

Janitor — Alexander Miller. Ojficer — Joseph M'Calraan. - 

SCHOOL BOARD (LANDWARD), PARISH OF RENFREW 

Chairman — Rev. G. D. R. Munro. 

Charles Connell. [ James A. Fergnson. | David Bryce. | Rev. J. P. Hogarth, M.A. 

Cleric and Corresioondent — John R. Parker. 

Joint -Treasurers — Herron & Harper. Janitor and Officer — Alfred H. Davey. 

POST OFFICE, TT I NO H I N N A N ROAD 

Postmaster — Robert Duncan, 1 1 Inchinnan Road. 

Deliveries — 6.20 a.m., 7 a.m., 2.15 p.m., 6.15 p.m. 

Box Closes — 8.30 a.m., 11.55 a.m., 2.65 p.m., 8.55 p.m., 5.30 p.m. (except 

Saturdays), and 7.55 p.m. Sundays, 3.25 p.m. 

PUBLIC OFFICES, &C. 

Town Clerk's Office, Municipal buildings — Herron & Harper, Toion Clerks. 

Chamberlain's Office, Municipal buildings — J. M'Laren, Chamberlain. 

Assessor's Office, 27 Queen street — Archibald Buchanan, Assessor. 

Sanitary (Burgh) Inspector's Office — Adam P. Paterson, Inspector. 

Collector's Office for Poor, School, and Registration Rates, 76 Fulbar street — 

John R. Parker, Collector. 
Post Office, 11 Inchinnan road — Robert Duncan, Postmaster. 
Police Chambers — Gilbert Deans, Superintendent. 
Registrar's Office, 27 Queen street — Archibald Buchanan, Registrar. 
Session Clerk's Office, 27 Queen street — Archibald Buchanan, Session Cleric. 
Gas, Harbour, and Public Rates Office, Municipal buildings — J. M'Laren, Collector. 
Union Bank, Municipal buildings — William Herron and George Jenkins, Joint 

Agents. 
British Linen Co. Bank, Hairst street— J. M'Laren and J. Storry, Joint Agents. 
Dean of Guild Jourt — Adam P. Paterson, Surveyor. 
Master of Works — Adam P. Paterson. 

Medical Officer of Health— Dr. W. Goldie Stevens, L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S. 

WRITERS 

Herron & Harper, Municipal buildings. 

Herron, Wm., Municipal buildings. 

Harper. Andrew E., B.L., Municipal buildinprs. 

INSURANCE AGENTS 

c, .,. , TT • 1 -N- a.- 1 ) William Herron, Town Clerk, Municipal 

Scottish Union and JSational, \ , .,■, ' ^ 

' \ buildings. 

Kent Fire and Life, William Miller, 65 Hairst street 

Liverpool and London and Globe....... Alexander Torrance, Fulbar street 

Northern, ... John R. Parker. 

^^^'^<^°*' \ William Herron. 

Royal, \ 

Edinburgh Life Assurance Co., / -r, ^ o^^,, „ 

-KT • , TT • T-.- T n \ John Storry. 

Norwich Union J^ire lusurance Co., ... \ •' 

Scottish Union and National, wm\^m Myles, jun. 

Kent Fire and Life, \ •' ' •' 

~ SHIPPING AGENT 

William Miller, 65 Hairst street. 



278 EENFREW DIRECTORY. 

SURGEONS 

W. Goldie Stevens, L.R.C.P., 2 High street — ho. Beechcroft, Paisley road. 
James Hill, M.D., 16 Hairst street — ho. 37 Bell street 
J. B. Stevens, M.B., CM.. Moorpark — ho. Beechcroft, Paisley road. 
Robert Duusmuir, M.B., CM., The Gross Apothecaries Hall — Lo. Eavenscraig, 
Paisley road. 

CHURCHES 



ESTABLISHED CHURCH, Church Street. 

Minister — Rev. George Anderson, B.D. 

Session-Ckrh — Archd. Buchanan. Officer — William Fleming. 

Number of Sittings, 1050. 

The Sacrament takes place on the last Sundays of January and June. 

FREE CHURCH, Renfield Street. 

Minister — Rev. Robert Hil', M.A. 

Session-CkrTc — Andrew Brown, Castlehill house, Ferry road. 

Convener, Seat-Letting Committee — Alexander Campbell, Ferry road 

Precentor — Andrew Fleuiing. Officer — James Macdonald, 6 Queen street. 

Treasurer — Robert Anderson, Glinnavin. 

Hours of Service — 11.15 a.m. and 1.45 p.m. 

Number of Sittings, 850. 

The Sacrament takes place on the third Sundays of March, June, September, 

and December. 

U.P. CHURCH. 
JSIinister — Rev. J. P. Hogarth, M.A. 

Session Cie7'h~Ja.xnes Donaldsou. 

Treasurer — "William Dougal, lo luchinnan road. 

Officer-'Rohevi Moffat. 

Hours of Service — 11.15 a.m. and 2 p.m. 

Number of Sittings, 500. 

The Sacrament takes place on the second Sundays of March, June, September, 

and December. 

ST. JAMES R.C. CHURCH. 
Farisli Priest— IXev. Thomas M'Evoy, 15 Bell street 

CLYDEBANK R.C. CHURCH. 

Paris?! Priest — Rev. John Montgomery, Clydebank. 

Number of Sittings. 300. 

SCHOOLS 



GRAMMAR SCHOOL AND BLYTHSWOOD TESTIMONIAL. 

Renfield Street. 

Head Master— John M'Glashan, F.E.LS. 

Assistants — George Irving, M.A., John Adam, Thomas Mackie, John Barr, 

and Richard N. Thomson. 

Head Mistress — Marion Law. 

Assistants — J. Shearer, C Paterson, Kate M'Kenzie, Bessie M'Callum, 

Agues Bowie, Anuie Ralston, Eliz. Robertson, Agnes Aitken, 

Lizzie C. Yuille, and Janet C. Arbuckle. 

I>raioing Master — Charles Hayes. Singing Master — R. L. Reid. 

French Visiting Master— 'Revv Hugo Vou Meurs, 50 Nithsdale road, Strathbungo. 

Drill Instructor — Sergt. Joseph M'Calman. Janitor — Alexander Miller. 



APPENDIX. 279 



ST. JAMES R.O. SCHOOL, Fulbar Street. 

Head Teacher — Mrs. Montgomery. 

Assistants — Misses Doherty and Fitz-Simons. 

YOKER SCHOOL. 

Head Master — James Barr. 

Assistants — James Henry, Misses Mauaon, Hardie, and Henderson, 

SCOTSTOUN SCHOOL. 

Head Master — John M'Keau. 

Assistants — Miss McLennan,, Jessie Loudon, and Charles M'Master. 

MOORPARK PUBLIC SCHOOL. 

Head J/rt6-^er— Archibald Walker. 

Assistants — Alex. S. Binnie and Misses Robertson and Loclcie. 

Head Mistress —W\.?,s> Isa R. Stewart. Janitor and Drill Instructor — Robert Crawford. 



SOCI ETI ES 

Renfrew Equitable Co-Operative Society. — President — Arch. Thomson ; 
Vice-President — John Inglis ; Treasurer — James Naismith ; Secretary — 
James Tyra. Central Store — 24 and 26 High street ; No. 1 Branch — 2 Laurence 
place, Hairst street. 

Renfrew Prince op Wales Masonic Lodge, No. 426. — R.W.M. — J. L. 
Hamilton; aS". IP^. — Hugh Surgeoner ; J.W. — Jolui Stenhouse ; Treasurer — James 
Hunter ; Secretary — James J. Murison ; Tyler — Mr. Main. Hall — 9 High street. 

Renfrew Working Men's Investment and Building Society (Limited), 
8 Blythswood Road. — President — James R. Wood : Secretary and Treasurer-^ 
Wm. L. Yuill, 37 Orchard st.; Factor — William Thomson, 37 Orchai-d st. 

Renfrew Reading and Recreation (^lub (Prince of Wales' Cafe). — 
President — Thomas Mackie ; Vice-President — James G. Reid ; Secretary — George 
Appleton. 

Renfrew Rifle Corps. — Armoury — 35 Hairst street. Majoi — J. R. Wood 
Lieutenant — Walter Brown ; Brill Sergeant — Angus M'Donald. 

Renfrew King's Inch Curling Club. — Patron — A. A. Speirs, of Elderslie ; 
Patroness — Lady xlnue Speirs ; President — Walter Shearer ; Vice-President — John 
Paton ; Representative Member — Wm. Dickie ; Treasurer — William Myles ; Secretary 
— Robert Colquhoun. 

Renfrew Golf Club. — Hon. President — A. A. Spiers, Esq., Elderslie ; Captain 
—William Brown ; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer — J ohn Storry. 

Renfrew Horticultural Society.— Presidejit — William Herron ; Vice- 
President — John Methven ; Treusurer — John Miller; Secy, — George Johnston, jun. 

Renfrew Bowling Club. — President — Thomas Mackie ; Vice-President — Johu 
Vernal ; Treasurer — Thos. Anderson ; Secretary — A. F. Mutcb, Muir street. 

Loyal Order of Ancient Shepherds (A. U.)- Bluebell Lodge, No. 1642. — 
Alex. Bradley, W.M.; Samuel Kenny, P.M.; Peter Somerville, D.M.; Secretary — 
William B. Lang, 21 OrcLiard street; Treasurer — James Paton. Meets in the 
Evangelistic Hall, Wilson street, every alternate Monday, at 8 p.m. Election 
of OfSce-Bearers last meetings of June and December, 

Loyal Order of Ancient Shepherds (A.U.) Moorpark Crook and Plaid 
Lodge — A. M'Bride, W. M.; J. Clark, D. M.; Secretary — Herbert Pearse ; 
Treasurer — D. Graham. Meets in the Moorpark Mission Hall every alternate 
Monday, at 8 p m. Election of OfBco-Bearers last meetings of June and Dec. 

Eenfrew Musical Association. — Honorary President — Walter Douglaa 
Campbell, Blythswood ; President — R. J. Todd ; Joint Secretaries and Treasurers — 
Sam Anderson, Croftvale, and A. B. M'Gregor, Bell street. 

Sons of Temperance Vale of Clyde Division 801. — Daniel Cree, W.P. ; 
Duncan Ritchie, R.S. ; W. Knight, jun., Treasurer. Meets in the Evangelistic 
Hall, Wilson street, every alternate Monday at 8 p.m. 



280 RENFREW DIRECTOR r — APPENDIX. 

POPULATION OF RENFREW 

Census 1891. 

Males. Females. Total. 

Royal, 3193 3053 6246 

Without the Royalty, 259 251 510 

Parliamentary, Municipal, and Police, ... 3452 3304 6756 

Landward,...'. 1278 1258 2536 

Total Population of Parish, 4730- 4562 9292 

RENFREW, with Rutherglen, Dumbarton, Kilmarnock, aud Port-Glasgow, 
returns one Member to Parliament. Kilmarnock is the Returning Burgh. Par- 
liamentary constituency, 1014 ; Municipal do., 1114. John M. Denny,M.P. (X. Z/.^ 

FAIRS are held on the Third Tuesday of May aud Last Friday of June. 
Market Day — Saturday. 

CONVEYANCES. — Almost all the Glasgow Steamers call at Renfrew Wharf, 
both in going up and down the Clyde. Trains to Paisley aud Glasgow every 
hour. 

OMNIBUSTRAFFIC 

Eeufrew to Govan (daily except Sundays^ 

Leaves Renfrew Cross at 11, a.m.; 1, 3, 5.30, and 7.30 p.m. 

Saturdays extra — 5.30 and 9.30 p.m. 

Leaves Govan Cross at 10 a.m.; 12 noon; 2, 4.30, and 6.30 p.m. 

Saturdays — 8.30 p.m. 

CARRIERS' QUARTERS. 

GLASGOW and RENFREW CAERIER.— John M'Ewen, Seaforth terrace; 
leaves Renfrew Cross daily, about 9 a.m.; leaves 53 Dunlop street, Glas- 
gow, daily, at 4 p.m. (Saturdays, at 2 p.m.) 



EXD or RETg-pHEW BIEECTOET. 



THE 

JOHNSTONE DIRECTORY. 



ADAM, J. B., goods agent, G-. & S.-W. Ry.— house Thorn 

Advertiser Office, 10 William street — Landles & Co., publishers 

Aitken, James, tailor, 25 High street — house do. 

Aitken, Miss Maggie, dress and mantle maker, 14 Collier street 

Aitken, Mrs., cooper, 29 Grahame street — ho. 4 Buchanan st. 

Allan, James, coal merchant, Johnstone station — ho. Gleniffer view 

Allan, James, 13 William street 

Allan, John, spirit merchant, 20 William street — ho. 18 do. 

Allan, John, at T. Shanks & Co.'s — hou«e Janefield place 

Allison, James, feuar, 19 Collier street 

Allison, William, foreman engineer to Craig & Donald — house 33 

William street 
Almond, Miss, teacher, 21 High street 

Alexander, Eligah, at T. Stevenson's — house 24 Buchanan street 
Anderson, James, cashier, Express Office, Paisley — house NorAvood 

villa, Ulundi road 
Anderson, John, agent, Prudential Assurance Company, Bank Head 

— house Bridge of Weir 
Anderson, Mrs., Thorn 
Anderson, Mrs., Hagg crescent 
Anderson, Robert, draughtsman to John M'Dowall & Sons — house 

Brierley, Floor street 
Andrew, D. G., hardware and fancy goods, 50 High st. — ho. 79 do. 
Andrew, James, general merchant, 25 High street — house 33 do. 
Armour, Stewart, feuar, Belleview, Church street 
Armstrong, Plenry G., S.A.E.I.S., music warehouse, 17 High st. 

BARCLAY, George, of Fullerton, Hodgart, & Barclay (Limited), 

Paisley — house Thornhill house 
Barnett, James, at Finlayson, Bousfield, & Co. Ltd. — residence 

Lilybank house 
Barr, James, of John M'Dowall & Sons — house Westmount 
Barr, John, engineer, Overton road, Thorn 

Barr, Mrs. A., tobacconist, 15 High street— house 18 Russell street 
Barrow, Joseph, of Thomas Shanks & Co. — house Disleymount, 

Pollokshields 
Baxter, James, ironmonger, 36 High street — house Collier street 
Baxter, Robert, hairdresser, 39 High street — house do. 



282 JOHNSTONE DIRECTORY. 

Baxter, William, & Son, boot and shoemakers, 67 High st. — ho. do. 
Baxter, William, & Son, agents for principal Royal Mail steamers, 

67 Pligh street 
Beck, Eobert, flesher. Go High street, 34 Macdowall street, and 

Lochwiunoch — house 65 High street 
Bell, David, watchmaker, 26 High street 
Bennett, John, wine and spirit merchant, 9 Macdowall street 
Beveridge, Jane, milliner, 75 High street — house Thomson avenue 
Biggart, David, & Sons, cotton spinners and bleachers, Peockland 

Mills 
Biggart, David, of D. Biggart & Sons — house Roebank 
Biggart, John B., of D. Biggart & Sons — house Woodlands 
Black & Co., drapery warehouse, 8 Macdowall street 
Black, James, manager at Finlayson, Bousfield, & Co. Ltd. — house 

22 Church street 
Black, Thomas, contractor, Quarrelton road 

Blackadder, James, plumber and gasfitter, 30 High st — ho. do. 
Blackwood, Dug-ald, foreman at D. Fullerton & Co.'s — house 

Thornhouse 
Blackwood, Duncan, clerk to D. Fullerton & Co. — ho. Thorn 
Blackwood, John, engineer — house 8 Quarry street 
Blackwood, J. L., flesher, 6 Grahame street — house 2 do. 
Blackwood, William, milliner and draper, 4 Houstoun sq. — ho. do. 
Blair, Robert, feuar, Thorn 
Blyth, William, grocer, 20 High street 
Borland, Mrs., grocer, 17 Church street 
Boyd, Thomas, stationer and printer, 39 High street — house Raven- 

shaw, Thomson avenue 
Boyd, William, painter, 35 High street — ho. Munnsville, Floors st. 
Boyle, J. & J., fish and fruit merchants, 71 ELigh street 
Boyle, John, of J. & J. Boyle — house 21 High street 
Bow, C. & N., bakers, 31 High street — house do. 
Bowman, James, farmer, Auchenlodment 
Bradley, Mrs., confectioner, 38 Church street — house do. 
British Workman's Public House, 69 High street — proprietrix 

Mrs. Macdonald 
Broadfoot, John, coachman to George Barclay — house the Lodge, 

Thornhill 
Brown, Adam, broker, 19 Church street — house do. 
Brown, Anna D., music teacher — ho. 8 Janefield place, Paisley 
Brown, James, gatekeeper at John Lang & Sons' — ho. 9 Thomson 

avenue 
Brown, James, town chamberlain. Municipal Chambers, Collier 

street — house Strathcart, Ulundi read 



JOHNSTONE DIRECTORY. 283 

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Brown, Mrs., broker, 41 High street 
Brown, Mrs. James, confectioner, 4 Walkinshaw street 
Buchanan, jun., James, flesher, 27 High street — house do. 
Budge, James, School Board officer. Abbey Parish (Landward),. 

Craigview place, 22 Buchanan street 
Burnett, David, cashier at John M'Dowall & Sons' — house 21 

High street 
Burnside, Mrs., Thornhill terrace. Thorn 

CABLE, Thomas, salesman at J. Bennett's, 9 Macdowall street — 

house 26 Thomson avenue 
Cairns, John, boot and shoemaker, 7 Houstoun square^ — house do. 
Caldwell, J. & J., letterpress and lithographic printers, 12 Mac- 
dowall street — house 19 Buchanan street 
Caldwell, James, " Dawni of Day " Salve manufacturer, 19' 

Buchanan street — house do. 
Caldwell, James, lessee of Good Templar Hall, Mary street — house,. 

8 Walkinshaw street 
Caldwell, John, confectioner, 13 Collier street 
Cameron, Alexander, teacher, 23 Laigh Cartside street 
Cameron, A. Alston, solicitor, 23 Laigh Cartside street 
Cameron, David, at Thomas Shanks & Co. — house Fyfe place,. 

Russell street 
Cameron, Dugald, hall-keeper at Johnstone Public Hall — house 

Cart Bank terrace, Collier street 
Cameron, James, flesher, 29 High street — house 2 Rankine street 
Cameron, James, cashier at J. Lang & Sons' — ho. Thomson avenue 
Cameron, Daniel, at Finlayson, Bousfield & Co. Ltd. — ho. Hagg 

crescent 
Cameron, James, music teacher, 12 Mary street 
Cameron, Robert, music teacher, 10 Mary street 
Campbell, A., tobacconist and stationer, 68 High street 
Campbell, J. M., inspector of poor, office, 25 Church street— head 

office 9 New Sneddon street. Paisley 
Campbell, John, police constable, 22 Collier street 
Campbell, John, of Campbell & M'Kee — house 1 Fyfe place 
Campbell, Mrs. John, proprietrix lodging-house, 12 Dimity street 
Campbell, William T., clerk at G. & S.-W. Railway Goods De- 
partment — house 26 Causeyside street, Paisley 
Campbell & M'Kee, joiners, patternmakers, and funeral under- 
takers, Russell street 
Carrick, John, agent for Prudential Assurance Company, Bridge- 
end — house Lochwinnoch 
Carrigan, James, confectioner, 21 Rankine street 



284 JOHNSTONE DIRECTOEY. 

Carruthers, James, brass and iron founder, Dimity street — house 

Walkinshaw house 
Carswell, Alexander, wine and spirit merchant, 2 Quarry street 
Caufield, Mrs., confectioner, 44 Graliame street 
Chahners, John, agent for Prudential Assurance Co., North street, 

Houston 
Clark, Samuel, manager at Johnstone Mills — house Clark street 
Clifton, C. H., of CHfton & Waddell— house Thorn 
Clifton & Waddell, machine tool makers, Laigh Cartside street 
Clunas, John, sergeant of police — house 17 Buchanan street 
Coates, John, newsagent, bookseller, and house furnisher, 21 

Rankine street — house Maryfield, Ludovic square 
Cochrane, William, iron turner — house Loudon place, Clarke street 
Collier & Sons, boot and shoe makers, 29 High street; Commercial 

restaurant, 19 High street 
Congalton, A., tailor, 62 High street 
Commercial Restaurant, The, 19 Hig-h street 
Cooper & Co., tea merchants and grocers, 60 High street 
Co-operative Coal Company, Laigh Cartside station. Gas street — 

Thomas Hepburn, salesman — house 15 Houstoun square 
Co-operative Society's Stores, Limited, dealers in groceries, boots, &c., 

61 High street; No. 1 branch, 9 High street; No. 2 branch, 7 

Grahame street; No. o branch. Elderslie; hardware and 

butchery, 6 Houstoun square ; boot shop, 6 Church street ; 

coal depot, Laigh Cartside station 
Core, Adam, engineer, at John M'Dowall & Sons' — house 32 

High street 
Core, Adam W., traveller to John M'Dowall & Sons' — house Walkin- 
shaw villa 
Cosh, William, blacksmith, railing and gate maker, Beith rd., Thorn 
Coutts, James, police constable — house Rowanlea 
Courtney's Provision Mart, 35 High street 
Cowan, John K., wine and spirit merchant, 56 High street — house 

77 do. 
Craig, Alexander M., cashier at Smith & M'Laurin's — house 2 

Gladstone terrace. Paisley 
Craig & Donald, engineers, William street works and Thorn works ; 

telephone No. 15 
Craig. James, watchmaker and jeweller, 33 High street — house 

Thomson avenue 
Crawford, George, Thorn 

Crawford, Peter, gardener to George Barclay — ho. Thornhill gardens 
Crombie, Murray B., at William Paton Ltcl. — house Church street 
Crossley, C. W. B., of Crossley & Co — ho. Strathcart, Ulundi rd. 



JOHNSTONE DIRECTOEr. 285 

Crossley & Co., machine tool makers, High street 
Cubie, George, police inspector — ho. 12 Campbell street 
CuUen, Robert, pastry baker and restaurateur, 76 High st. — ho. do. 
Currie, Duncan, lithographer, Glasgow — ho. Gleniffer view, Thorn 
Currie, William, carting contractor, and Johnstone and Paisley- 
carrier, 16 Rankine street — house do. 

DALY, Michael, cooper, 30 Church street — house 12 Campbell st 
Daly, William, cooper, 30 Church street 
Darroch, James, dairyman, 12 (^uariy street — house do. 
Davidson, Rev. William, R.C. clergyman, St. Margaret's, Grahame 

street 
Deans, Robert L., manager. Gas works — house 7 Gas street 
Dempsey, John, emporium, 54 High st. — ho. Thomson avenue 
Dickson, Agnes, teacher, Mary Street Public School — house Thorn 

villa 
Dickson, Joseph, passenger agent, G. & S.-W. Railway Station — 

house, Station house 
Dickson, Maggie, saleswoman at Co-operative Society's branch No. 

2 (7 Grahame street) — house Thorn villa 
Dickson, Robert, dispenser at Dr. Symington's, 6 Macdowall street 

— house Station house 
Donald, David P., of Craig & Donald — house Greenbank house, 

Ludovic square 
Donald, J. Fyfe, of J. Fyfe Donald & Co. — house Woodbank 
Donald, J. Fyfe, & Co., Donald's Foundry, High st. 
Donald, Mrs. John, Ludovic square 
Downie, Thomas, carrier between Johnstone, Paisley, and Glasgow, 

1 2 Macdowall street 
Downie, Walter, book-keeper — house The Cottage, Johnstone 
Drysdale, Henry, Overton road, Thorn 

EADIE, Alexander, Quarrelton road 

Eadie, Alexander, farmer, Cochran mill 

Eastwood, Mrs. Thomas, confectioner, 4 Collier street 

Edward, George, of Geo. Edward & Co. — house Collier street 

Edward, George, & Co., engineers, Gas street 

Edward, Thomas, of George Edward & Co. — house 19 Collier st. 

Edward, Miss, broker, 1 William street 

Erskine, R., grocer, 10 MacdoAvall street 

Erskine, Mrs., saleswoman. Co-operative Society's boot department 

— house 17 Buchanan street 
Evans, James, foreman at J. M'Dowall & Sons' — ho. Clark street 
Ewing, Miss Flora, confectioner, 78 High street 



2SQ JOHNSTONE DIRECTORY. 

FALVY, Miss, saleswoman at Co-operative Society's brancli No. 1 

— house Canal street 
Farnin, P., confectioner, 41 High street 
Ferguson, Dugald, blacksmith and horse-shoer, 6 Raukine street 

— house Sunnyside cottage, Rankine street 
Ferguson, James, bookkeeper to Co-operative Society — house 35 

High street 
Ferguson, John, stationer and general merchant, 19 Russell street 

— house Strathwilliam villa, Overtoun road 
Ferguson, John, grocer, 32 Laigh Cartside street — house 19 Russell 

street 
Finlayson, Archibald W., of Finlayson, Bousfield, & Co., Ltd. — 

residence Spring Grove, Kilbarchan. 
Finlayson, Bousfield, & Co., Ltd., flax spinners, manufacturers of 

all kinds of linen thread, for hand and machine sew^ing, and 

shoe threads. Flax mills, High street, Lilybank and Lancefield 
Finlayson, James, of Finlayson, Bousfield, & Co., Ltd. — residence 

Merchiston 
Finlayson, James, jun., of Finlayson, Bousfield, & Co., Ltd. — re- 
sidence The Elms, Milliken Park 
Finlayson, William J., of Finlayson, Bousfield, & Co., Ltd. — re- 
sidence The Oaks 
Finnie, Miss, greengrocer and confectioner, 71 High street 
Fiori, L., & Co., ice cream merchants, 20 High street 
Fisher, Thomas, hairdresser, 20 High street 
Fleming, William Gaff, postmaster, and registrar, agent for the 

Royal Insurance Co., Post-Office, 12 W^alkinshaw street 

— house Post-otfice house 
Fletcher, John, inspector to Paisley Water Commissioners — house 

Hamburg house, Thorn 
Flockhart, Daniel, saddler, 10 Collier street — house do. 
Forbes, Charles J., chief constable and sanitary inspector, Burgh 

Police Chambers — house Thorn 
Forbes, John, police constable — house Hagg, Grahame street 
Forrest, John, tailor and clothier, 25 Russell street 
Forsyth, Alexander, Black Bull Inn, 72 High st. — ho. Rankine st. 
Fraser, John, traveller, Knocknarid, Beith road. Thorn 
Frazer, Mrs., grocer, 12 Mary street 
Freel, Charles, confectioner, 10 Macdowall street 
French, William, confectioner, 28 Laigh Cartside street — house 

1 Fyfe place 
FuUerton, D. & Co., ironfounders, Cartside foundry, Russell st. ; 

telephone No. 13 
Fullerton, Duncan, of D. Fullerton & Co. — ^house Ulundi road 



JOHNSTONE DIRECTORY. 287 

Fyf e, Alexander, assistant manager to Craig & Donald — house 1 2 

Floors street 
Fyfe, Alexander, Westwood cottage, Floors street 
Fyfe, John, wine and spirit merchant, 22 High street and 1 

Walkinshaw street — house 3 do. 
Fyfe, John, cabinetmaker and funeral undertaker, 70 High street — 

house do. 
Fyffe, George, at Holmes, Mactavish, & Co.'s — house Ludovic sq. 
Fyfe, William Westwood, M.B., CM., The Medical Hall, 64 High 

street — house 20 Church street 

GALBRAITH'S Stores, 22 High street 

Gallagher, Miss K., teacher, 13 Buchanan street 

Gas Works, 3 Gas street — Robt. L. Deans, manager 

Gemmill, Rev. Hugh, B.D., minister of East U.P. Church — house 

East U.P. Manse, Thorn 
George, A. Charles, patternmaker, 21 Thomson avenue 
George, John, valuator and stocktaker to the hardware trade, 21 

Thomson avenue 
George, Miss, dressmaker, 21 Thomson avenue 
Gibson, David, engineer, Laigh Cartside 
Gibson, Robert, baker, 60 High street — house do. 
Gillespie Brothers, fleshers, 17 High street — house 17 do. 
Gilmour, Andrew, draper, Grahame street 

Glasgow and South-Western Goods Dept. — J. B. Adams, agent 
Glasgow and South-Western Railway Station — Joseph Dickson, 

station master 
Glegg, John, factor, Milliken 
Gi'aham, George, broker, 4 Collier street 
Graham, Joshua, salesman, Co-operative Society's Store, 61 High 

street — house 1 Collier street 
Graham, Hugh, contractor and coal merchant, Gas street — house 

17 Thomson avenue 
Graham, Robert, cartwright and coachbuilder, 27 Church streat — - 

house Burnside cottage, Quarrelton road 
Gray's "Empire" Stores, 21 High street — Alexander Gray, 

proj)rietor, 47 and 49 Wesleyan street, Glasgow. 
Gray & M'Lachlan, potato merchants, 10 Macdowall street and 67 

High street 
Green, William, at Flax mills — house 26 Rankine street 
Guiliani, Leopoldo, ice-cream merchant and confectioner, 27 and 

73 High street 
Guy, Jas. M., clothier, hatter, and hosier, 21 High st. — ho. Hilton, 

Thorn 



288 JOHNSTONE DIRECTORY. 

Guy, William, & Son, tailors and clothiers, 13 High street 

Guy, William, of William Guy & Sou — house West Lea, Ulundi rd. 

Guy, William, solicitor. West Lea 

HAIR, Agnes, confectioner, 5 Grahame street — house 1 1 do. 
Halliday, Rev. Archibald, minister of Laigh Cartside Established 

Church— house Victoria cottage, Mary street 
Harkin, Patrick, boot and shoemaker, 30 Macdowall street 
Hart, James, tobacconist, 70 High street 
Harvey, George, at Finlayson, Bousfield, & Co. Ltd. — ho. 22 Church 

street 
Harvey, Hugh, baker, 9 High street, and Stirling Buildings, 

Elderslie — ho. 8 Walkinshaw street 
Harvey, Robert, station-master, G. & S.-W. Ry. station. North 

Johnstone — house 2 Woodend, Elderslie 
Harvey, William, cashier, G. & S.-W. Ry. Goods Department — 

house 24 Collier street 
Hastings, John, ironmonger and hardware merchant, 63 High st. 
Hatrick, Alexander, grocer, 20 Macdowall street 
Hatrick, Charles, farmer, Boghouse 

Hatrick, Walter A., provision merchant, 9 Buchanan st. — ho. 19 do. 
Hatrick, William, 4 Grahame street 

Hay, John, grocer and provision merchant, 68 High st. — ho. do. 
Haig, Georg-e, metal merchant, 2 Hieh street — ho. Canal street 
Hemphill, Thomas, woodturner, 21 Thomson avenue 
Henderson, Mrs., confectioner, 10 Dimity street — house do. 
Hendry, Robert, boot and shoe furnisher, 64 High street — house 

Benlomond view 
Herbertson, James C, M.A., M.D., 70 High street, and 6 Steeple 

St., Kilbarchan — house Bellevue, Church street 
Hill, Charles, confectioner, 72 High street — house 62 do. 
Hill, James, wine and spirit merchant, 17 Russell street and 58 

High street — house Thornbank 
Hill, James, draughtsman, at Thos. Shanks & Co.'s — house 

Greenlea cottage, Floors street 
Hill, Jessie, confectioner, 12 Grahame street 

Hill, William, wine and spirit merchant, 80 High street — house do. 
Hogg, Robert, janitor, Ludovic square Public School — ho. The Hagg 
Holmes, Mactavish, & Co., solicitors, 52 High street; telegrams 

"Mactavish;" telephone No. 30; and at 128 St. Vincent 

street, Glasgow 
Hood, Miss, photographer, 83 High street 
Hooks, Walter, 30 Laigh Cartside street 
Hood, William, cooper, Thorn 



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Hopkin, Hugh L., of Loudon Brothers — house Cambuslang 
Hopkins, Samuel, coal agent, Johnstone station — house Elderslie 
Hosie, Samuel, metal merchant, 6 Dimity st. — ho. 21 Rankine st. 
Howard, J. R., of Crossley & Co. — ho. Parkside place, Floors st. 
Howie, John, Gleniffer house 
Hunter, James, & Co., patent works, 2 George st. — ho. Newfield 

terrace 
Hunter, John, joiner and funeral undertaker, 7 Dimity street — 

house Dimity street 
Hunter, W. B., shoemaker, 20 Laigh Cartside street — house do. 
Husband, Alexander, ironfounder, Victoria foundry — ho. Ardvaar 
Husband, James P., Victoria place, 21 Mary street 
Husband, John, ironfounder, Victoria Foundry, Mary street — house 

Burnbank, Canal avenue 
Husband, John, tailor and clothier, 9 William street — house 7 do. 
Hutchison, Mrs. David, Sunnyside cottage, 8 Rankine street 
Hutchison, Peter, grocer, 21 Grahame street — house do. 
Hutchison, Peter, slater and plasterer, Dimity st. — ho. 6 High st. 
Hutton, Alex. G., secretary Rechabites, 20 William street 

JACK, Thomas, coal merchant, Johnstone station — house Elderslie 
Jack, Thomas, & Co., colliery agents and coal merchants, Thorn 

depot, Johnstone, and also at Bridge of Weir 
Jackson, George, & Son, brassfounders, 2 Dimity street 
Jackson, Thomas, of George Jackson & Son — house 2 Dimity street 
Jackson, Thomas, smith, 18 Laigh Cartside street — house do. 
Jaffrey, David, & Son, builders, 14 Grahame street 
Jaffrey, David, Thorn 
Jaffrey, David, Fairfield cottage 

Jaffrey, James, of William Jaffrey & Sons — house 42 High street 
Jaffrej^ James Mills, at Finlayson, Bousfield, & Co. Ltd. — house 

Milliken Park 
Jaffrey, James, Milliken Park 

Jaffrey, Patrick, of William Jaffrey & Sons — house Ballochmyle 
Jaffrey, Peter, of David Jaffrey & Son — house Fairfield cottage 
Jaffrey, William, & Sons, builders, Campbell street 
Jaffrey, Mrs. William, Ballochmyle 

Jamieson, Mrs. William, grocer and confectioner, 5 Houstoun sq. 
Johnstone Apothecaries Hall, 28 High street 

Johnstone Co-operative Society (Limited), grocers, provision, coal, 
drapery, and boot and shoe merchants, 61 High street — 
branches 9 High street, 7 Grahame street,- and Elderslie — 
butchery and hardware, 6 Houstoun square — boot shop, 6 
Church street — coal depot, Laigh Cartside station 

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Johnston, Mrs. T., draper, 65 High street — house 52 do. 
Johnston, Samuel, grocer and spirit merchant, 32 High street — 

house do. 
Johnstone, Thomas, foreman patternmaker to Craig & Donald — 

house Floors street 
Johnstone, William Clark, cabinetmaker and upholsterer, 11 High 

street — house 13 High street 
Johnston, William, stationer and ironmonger, 17 High street — ho. 

Woodside 

KAY, Miss Maggie, teacher of music, Maryfield place. Canal st. 
Keanie, James, builder, Thomson avenue — house Dunconnell 
Keith, Neil, wine and spirit merchant, 1 Quarry street — house 

Campbell street 
Kellie, John, cashier at Craig & Donald's — ho. 21 Thomson avenue 
Keenau, John, 10 William street — house do. 
Kennedy, John, manager at D. Biggart & Son's — house Cartside 

cottage 
Kennedy, Robert E., painter and decorator, 7 High st. — ho. 6 do. 
Kerr, Helen, eating-house, 24 High street — house Craigielea cottage, 

Crosslee 
Kerr, Peter, civil engineer and surveyor, of Kerr & Watson — 

house Branscroft 
Kerr, Mrs., draper, 3 Buchanan street 
Kerr, Robert, farmer, East Fulton 
Kerr, Robert, grocer, 70 High street 
Kerr & Watson, architects, 1 Church street 

Kirkwood, Charles, clerk to Smith & M'Laurin Ltd. — ho. Quarrelton 
Kirkwood, William, jun, at Finlayson, Bousfield, & Co. Ltd. — house 

77 High street 

LAIRD, Alexander, 33 Macdowall street 

Laird, Joseph, captain of fire brigade — house 36 Macdowall street 

Laird, Mrs., 6 Quarry street 

Lambie, John, grocer and provision merchant, 69 High street — ho. 

Thomson avenue 
Landles & Co., steam printers and lithographers, 10 William street 
Landles, F. A., at Landles & Co. — house Rowanlea 
Landles, F. G-., of Landles & Co. — house Bielside, Floor street 
Lang, George, clerk. Union Bank — house Crosslee cottage, Crosslee 
Lang, James, of John Lang & Sons — house Melfort 
Lang, John, engineer, Hamburg house. Thorn 
Lang, John, & Sons, lathe manufacturers and special tool makers, 

Mary street 



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Lang, John, sen., of John Lang & Sons — house Lilybank 
Lang, John, jun., of John Lang & Sons — house Lynnhurst 
Lang, Robert, of John Lang & Sons — house Quarry park 
Lang, William B., of John Lang & Sons — house Springfield 
Lauder, Adam, cowfeeder, Greenend cottage, Quarrelton road 
Lawrie, J., fish and fruit merchant, 87 High street 
Lawrie, William, Hamburg house. Thorn 
Lees, Robert, wine and spirit merchant, 1 Houstoun sq. — house 52 

High street 
Liddell, James, spirit merchant, 42 High st. — ho. Maryfield house, 

Ludovic square 
Lindsay, James, salesman at Thomas Jack & Co. — ho. 21 Rankine st. 
Loudon Brothers, engineers, machine tool makers, Clyde Engineering 

Works, and 46 to 50 Waterloo street, Glasgow 
Loudon, George F., of Loudon Brothers — house 10 Claremont ter., 

Glasgow 
Love, Robert, ironmonger, plumber, tinsmith, and gasfitter, 9 

William street — house do. 
Love, jun., Robert, at Robert Love's — house 9 William street 
Lynch, John, confectioner 3 Campbell street 
Lynch, Mrs., confectioner, 31 Grahame street 

MAILLEY, Miss, teacher. Thorn hill " • 

Malloch, John, jun.. Savannah, Georgia, U.S.A. 

Malloch, William, Mount Pleasant 

Martin, Miss C, teacher, Rowanlea 

Mason, William, shoeing forge, Walkinshaw street — ho. 2 Fife pi. 

Mathie, Hugh, 14 Parkside place. Floors street 

Maule, Alexander, painter and decorator, 64 High street — house do. 

Maxton, Mrs., confectioner, 12 Rankine street 

Meadows, Chris., artist. Thorn house 

Meiklejohn, James, grocer and provision merchant, 38 Macdowall 
street — house do. 

Meldrum. John, at Finlayson, Bousfield, & Co. Ltd. — ho. Cochran- 
field, Milliken Park 

Merrie, Robert, boot and shoemaker, 23 High street — house Red- 
cliff, Thorn crescent 

Merry, Henry, grocer, 23 High street — house Collier street 

Merry, John, feuar, 23 Chiu-ch street 

Merry, Wm. T., at Finlayson, Bousfield, & Co. Ltd. — house 23 
Church street 

Michael, Alexander, 22 Campbell street 

Michael, James, grocer and provision merchant, 54 and 6Q High 
street — house 79 do. 



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Millar, John, Floors house, Floors street 

Miller, William, church officer, 2 Buchanan street 

Montp^omery, Peter, yardsman, G. & S.-W. Railway — house 29 
William street 

More, Mrs., 70 High street 

More, Miss, bookseller and stationer, 73 High street — house 70 do. 

More, Mrs. James, 26 Macdowall street — house do. 

Morison, Alexander, wright and timber merchant, and funeral 
undertaker, Laigh Cartside Woodyard, 3 and 5 Laigh Cart- 
side street — house 1 do. 

Morning, Adam, chimney sweep, 22 Rankine street 

Muir, John, family grocer and wine and spirit merchant, 67 High st. 

Muir, Samuel, clerk. North Johnstone station 

Mulherron, Mrs., confectioner, 3 Grahame street — house do. 

Mullen, Patrick, confectioner, 19 Macdowall street 

Murdoch, Charles, & Sons, tinsmiths and plumbers, 3 and 5 High 
street — house Bank place, Collier street 

Murray, Allan, Co-operative Society's fleshing department — house 
Collier street 

Murray, W. D., grocer and provision merchant, 25 Macdowall 
street — house 21 do. 

Murray, William, spirit merchant, Cartside, Milliken park 

M'ADAM, John, blacksmith, 6 Dimity street — house 42 High st. 
M'Allister, Charles, tinsmith, plumber, and gasfitter, 17 High street 

— house 15 High street 
M'Allister, Robert, baker, 6 Grrahame street — house do. 
M' Arthur, Mrs., Elmbank, Thorn 
M'Cann, W. J., manager, Lilybank Flax Mills — house Chalet 

Thorn 
M'Cloy, Alexander, cashier to Thomas Shanks & Co. — ho. Muirfield 
M'Colgan, Joseph, insurance agent, 6 Buchanan street 
M'Colgan, Julia, teacher, 6 Buchanan street 
M'Colgan, Lizzie, teacher, 6 Buchanan street 

M'Connell, John, glazier and painter, 7 William street — house do. 
M'Culloch, Henry, grocer and spirit merchant, 4 Grahame street — 

house 2 do. 
M'Dermott, Edward, agent for Prudential Assurance Company, 34 

Macdowall street 
M'Dermott, Rev. William, incumbent of St. John's Episcopal 

Church, The Parsonage, Floors street 
M'Donald, Daniel, hairdresser, 2 Macdowall street — house 1 do. 
M'Donald, Mrs., wine and spirit merchant, 26 High street — house 

Canal street 



JOHNSTONE DIRECTORY. 293 

Macdonald, Mrs., British Workman Public House, 69 High street 
M'Dougall, James B., grocer and provision merchant, Thornhill — 

house 1 Grahame street 
M'Dougall, John, superintendent Thorn Cemetery — lodge Thorn 

Cemetery 
M'Dougall, Mrs., dress and mantle maker, Victoria place, 21 Mary 

street 
M'Dowall, John, & Sons, engineers and wood-working machinists, 

Walkinshaw Foundry 
M'Dowall, H. J., of John M'Dowall & Sons— house Sunnyhill 
M'Dowall, W. W., agent for National Bank of Scotland Limited ; 

North British and Mercantile Insurance Co. ; English and 

Scottish Law Life Assurance Association ; and Scottish 

Accident Insurance Co. — house Glenesk, Sherbrooke avenue, 

Pollokshields, W. 
M'Farlane, John, clerk at John Wilson & Son's — ho. 82 Causeyside 

street, Paisley 
M'Farlane, John, Maryfield place, Canal street 
M'Farlane, Robert, glazier, 16 William street — house do. 
M'Gavin, Mrs., confectioner, 6 Buchanan st. — house do. 
M'Glyn, Daniel, at Finlayson, Bousfield, & Co. Ltd. — house Ludovic 

square 
M'Gown, Alex. B., actuary Savings Bank of Paisley, 60 High st. 
M'Grath, William, billposter and town-crier, 12 Macdowall street 
M'Gregor, H. Walker, accountant, at Holmes, Mactavish, & Co. — 

house Thorncliffe 
M'Gregor, James C, joiner and funeral undertaker, 7 Houstoun 

square — house do. 
M'Gregor, John, joiner and funeral undertaker, 7 and 8 Houstoun 

square — house 27 William street 
M'Intyre, Alexander, police constable, 2 Buchanan street 
M'Innes, Mrs. M., ladies' outfitter, 40 High st. — ho. 2 Rankine st. 
M'Kay, Kenneth, cooper, 13 Rankine street — house do. 
M'Kay, Mrs., confectioner, 36 Macdowall street 
M'Kee, D. J., of Campbell & M'Kee — house Loudon place 
M'Kee, Francis, wine and spirit merchant, 18 Macdowall street — 

house 11 Buchanan street 
M'Kendrick, Mrs. James, 13 Yfalkinshaw street 
Mackenzie, Donald, pawnbroker, 26 Macdowall street — house do. 
M'Kenzie, Rev. Alex., Gaelic missionary — house Thorn 
M'Kenzie, Archibald, Milliken House, Milliken 
M'Kinlay, James, confectioner, 11 Rankine street — house do. 
M'Laren, Hugh, at Finlayson, Bousfield & Co. Ltd. — house 30 

Steeple street, Kilbarchan 



294 JOHNSTONE DIRECTORY. 

M'Laurin, J.P., Archibald, of Smith & M'Laurin Ltd. — house 

Cartside, Milliken Park 
M'Laurin, James, of Smith & M'Laurin Ltd. — ho. Cartside, Milliken 

Park 
M'Laurin, J.P., Peter, of Smith & M'-Laurin Ltd. — house Cartside, 

Milliken Park 
M'Laurin, Richard A., of Smith & M'Laurin Ltd. — house Cartside 

Milliken Park 
M'Lean, A. H., wine and spirit merchant, 36 High st. — house 6 do. 
M'Lean, D., hairdresser, 8 Houstoun square — ho. 15 Church street, 
M'Lean, David, tobacconist and hairdresser, 25 High street and 

Houstoun square 
M'Lean, Mrs., wine and spirit merchant, County Bar, 63 High 

street — house do. 
M'Lean, Rev. Robert, minister of Free Church, William street — 

manse Grahame street 
M'Lelland, A. & Son, provision merchants, 34 High street 
M'Lerie, H., wine and spirit merchant, Cross Keys hotel 
M'Loughlin, Margaret, teacher, 30 High street 
Macloy, Rev. William, minister of the Parish Church, The Manse 
M'Menemy, James, carting contractor, 15 Collier st. — house do. 
M'Millau, Thomas, at David Biggart & Son's — house Ludovic 

square 
M'Mullan, P., wine and spirit merchant, 2 Houstoun square — house 

Kilsyth 
M'Murtrie, William C, clerk at G. & S.-W. Railway goods depart- 
ment — house 19 Buchanan street 
M'Nair, James, feuar, 30 Macdowall street 
M'Niven, William, spirit merchant, 13 High street 
M'Phadyen, Rodger, boot and shoemaker, 81 High sti-eet and 7 

William street 
Macphail, Duncan, at Finlayson, Bousfield, & Co. Ltd. — house 

Newfield terrace 
Macphail, J. Stewart, accountant of Savings Bank, 60 High street 
Macphail, J. Stewart, accountant, house factor, and insurance agent, 

60 High street — house Newfield terrace 
M'Pherson, D., & Son, joiners, 1 Floors street 
M'Pherson, Donald, of D. M'Pherson & Son — ho. 21 Grahame street 
M'Taggart, Misses, milliners and dressmakers, 48 High street — ho. 

13 William street 
Mactavish, D. A., writer, and agent for the Union Bank of Scot- 
land Limited — house The Linn 
M'Queen, John, agent for Prudential Assurance Co., Cartbank ter., 

Collier street 



JOHNSTONE DIEECTORY. 295 

NAIRN, William, grocer, 21 Houstoun square — ho. do. 

Nairy, Peter, wine and spirit merchant, 22 Macdowall street — 

house 2 Grahame street 
Nardini, P., confectioner and tobacconist, 40 High street 
National Bank of Scotland Limited — agent, W. W. M'Dowall 
Neilson, Mrs., 22 Church street 
Neilson, Robert, manager at Lancefield Flax works — house West 

Knowe, Ulundi road 
Nelson, Thomas, Victoria place, Mary street 
Nichol, Robert, Parkside place, 16 Floors street 
Noble, J., confectioner, 15 High street — house do. 

OATT, Miss, 82 High street 

Observer Office (Thomas Boyd, publisher), 39 High street , 

O'Neill & Co., clothiers and outfitters, 75 High street 

O'Neill, John, of O'Neill & Co. — house 4 Quarry street 

Orr & Cameron, solicitors, 30 High st., and at 28 Bath St., Glasgow 

Orr, F. A. Cameron, solicitor, Burnbank terrace, Glasgow 

Orr, James P., clerk at Town Chamberlain's office — house 2 South 

Orr street. Paisley 
Orr, William Alexander, M.B. and CM,, general practitioner, 31 

High street — house Westfield, Grahame street 

PAISLEY Parish Office, 25 Church street (open Tuesday, Thurs- 
day, and Saturday, 11 till 12) 

Paisley Water Works (Branch Office), 6 Macdowall street 

Paterson, Alexander, draper, 58 High street — house do. 

Paton, George C, Banktop 

Paton, James, Sherbrooke 

Paton, John, Broombrae 

Paton, Robert, Cart bank 

Paton, William, Limited, smallware manufacturers, Johnstone mills 

Patrick, Andrew C, of Craig & Donald — house Greenbank, Dairy 

Paul, Margaret, confectioner and dairy, 1 William street 

Pollock, George, of Pollock, Whyte, & Waddell — house Oakbank 

Pollock, Mrs., greengrocer and dairy, 17 William street — house do. 

Pollock, Robert, dairyman, 32 Macdowall street 

Pollock, Whyte, & Waddell, " Globe " gas and oil engine makers, 
Beith road. Thorn 

Porter, Peter, feuar, 20 Church street 

Post Office, 12 Walkinshaw st. — William Gaff Fleming, postmaster 
— house Post Office house 

Post, Mrs. Ellen, confectioner, 28 Macdowall street 

Pottie, J. E., veterinaay surgeon, Walkinshaw st — ho. Millbank cot. 

Purdon, William R., M.A., teacher, Schoolhouse 



296 JOHNSTONE DIRECTORY. 

RAE, Mrs., laundry, 11 Buchanan street 

Hankine, David, cashier. Union Bank of Scotland Limited ; agent 
for Edinburgh Life Assurance Co.; Norwich and London 
Accident Insurance Co. — house Westmarch, Thorn 
Rankin, J. M., at Fiulayson, Bousfield, & Co. Ltd. — ho. Bellemont, 

Floors street 
Reicke, J. H., at Finlayson, Bousfield, & Co. Ltd. — ho. 2 Hagg cres. 
Reid, A. P., of R. & A. Reid — house Mossbank 
Reid, Alexander, & Sons, slaters and plasterers, Laigh Cartside st. 
Reid, Alexander, of Alexander Reid & Sons — house Villafield 
Reid, Hugh, confectioner, 5 Quarry street — house do. 
Reid, James, confectioner, 20 Rankine street — house do. 
Reid, James, of Alexander Reid & Sons — house Villafield 
Reid, Matthew Grardner, banker, Port-Glasgow — ho, Bankside 
Reid, R. & A., writers. National Bank buildings, and at Lochwinnoch 
Reid, Robert, of R. & A. Reid — house The Bank, Lochwinnoch 
Reid, William, wine and spirit merchant, 6 Church street 
Reid, William, writer, Town Clerk, and treasurer for School Board, 
Municipal Chambers, Collier street — house The Glen, Elderslie 
Renfrew, William, feuar, 11 High street 

Renshaw, C. Bine, M.P. for West Renfrewshire — residences 
Barochan, Houston, and Herbert house, Belgrave square, 
London, S.W. 
Richardson, James, draper, 68 High street — house FuUerton place, 

Canal street 
Richardson, James, solicitor 

Richardson, James M., salerooms, 1 M'Dowall St.— ho. 68 High st. 
Riddell, James, spirit merchant, 9 Houstoun square — house do 
Ritchie, David, printer, lithographer, bookbinder, and fancy box- 
maker, 83 High street 
Ritchie, David P., of David Ritchie — house Heathfield, Brookfield 
Ritchie, J., tailor and clothier, Walkinshaw street 
Ritchie, John, of David Ritchie — house Craigview 
Ritchie, John, tailor and clothier, 11 Walkinshaw st. — house do. 
Ritchie, Peter, of David Ritchie — house Westwood cottage 
Roberton, James, cashier to Loudon Brothers — ho. Redcliff , Thorn 
Robertson, Alexander, cashier to A. F. Stoddard & Co., Ltd., Glen- 

patrick — house Thorn 
Robertson & Co., engineers, Perseverance Iron AVorks 
Robertson, David, pawnbroker, 19 High street — house Walkin- 
shaw villa 
Robertson, James S., of John Robertson & Son — house, Gateside, 

Ludovic square 
Robertson, John, & Son, slaters and plasterers, Ludovic square 



JOHNSTONE DIRECTOKY. 297 

Robertson, John, traveller, Glenifter place, Thorn 

Robertson, John, collector of poor rates — office 25 Church street — 

head office, 12 Canseysicle street, Paisley 
Robertson, Misses, Lndovic square 

Robertson, Mrs., tobacconist and stationer, 33 High street 
Robertson, Patrick, Grahame street 

Robertson, Robert, pawnbroker, 13 MacdoAvall st. — house Janefield 
Robertson, William, Rosebank 
Royal Bank of Scotland, 44 High street— James Thomson, agent 

SALVATION Army Barracks, 3 Macdowall street 
Savings Bank of Paisley (Johnstone branch), 60 High street 
Scott, James Y., tailor and clothier, 18 High street — house Ivy 

Bank, Canal street 
Scott, Mrs., Hagg crescent 
Scott, William, confectioner, 14 Collier street 
Scott, William, gatekeeper at Gas Works — ho. 8 Walkinshaw st. 
Scott, William, overseer, Parkside place. Floors street 
Semple, Robert, tailor and clothier, 34 High street — house Brae- 
head, Dimity street 
Shanks, Thomas, & Co., engineers and machinists. Union Iron 

works, Mary street ; telegraphic address, "Shanks, Johnstone ; " 

telephone No. 5 
Shanks, William, of Thomas Shanks & Co. — ho. Bank house 
Shanks, W. G., engineer. Union Iron Works— ho. Bank house 
Sharp, John, contractor and causewayer. Canal st — house Thornwood 
Sharp, Robert, janitor. Floors Street Public School — house 2 

Rankine street 
Shields, Miss, draper, 11 High street 
Simpson, Robert, & Co., timber merchants, Johnstone Sawmills, 

Thorn 
Simpson, Robert, of Robert Simpson & Co. — ho. Elmgrove cottage, 

Thorn 
Sinclair, Alexander, draper, 29 Grahame street 
Sinclair, John, temperance hotel, 50 High st. — house do. 
Slater, James, 4 Grahame street 

Small, Miss, confectioner, 30 High street — house Hagg crescent 
Small, Thomas, Hagg crescent 

Smith, George, boilermaker. Gas street — house Ulundi road 
Smith, James, glazier, 8 Houstoun square — house 6 High street 
Smith, James, draper, 10 Quarry street 
Smith, Mrs. James, wine and spirit merchant, Thornhill inn 
Smith, Miss, merchant, 25 Macdowall street 
Smith, Michael, M.A., LL.B., writer, at Holmes, Mactavish, & Co.'s. 



298 JOHNSTONE DIRECTORY. 

Smith, Robert, clothier and hatter, 59 High street — house Laigh 
Park villa 

Smith, R. B., cycle maker and agent, 18 High street — ho. 6 do. 

Smith & M'Laurin Ltd., fancy, coloured, enamelled, and embossed 
paper, card, and pasteboard manufacturers, Cartside, near 
Milliken Park — warehouses, 27 Ann St., Glasgow, 4 Farringdon 
avenue, London, and 44 Cannon street, Manchester 

Spiers, John, East U.P. church officer, 19 Walkinshaw street 

SprouU, James, coal merchant, Johnstone station — house 6 Canal st. 

Sproull, James, draper, 42 High street 

Steel, Mrs. George, wine and spirit merchant. Railway inn, Thorn 

Steele, William, janitor Blythswood Club — house Brewery street 

Stevenson, David W., Ravenswood 

Stevenson, James, grocer, spirit, and seed merchant, 38 High street 
— house Bellcraig, Thorn 

Stevenson, Mrs., dressmaker and milliner, 35 High street 

Stevenson, Robert, merchant, Glasgow — ho. Gowanbank 

Stevenson, R. C, writer, 6 Church street— ho. Hilltop cot. , Elderslie 

Stevenson, Thomas, agricultural and garden-seed merchant and 
chemical manure manufacturer, 74 High street 

Stevenson, Thomas, wine merchant, family grocer, flesher, and 
agent for W. & A. Gilbey, wine importers and distillers, 74 
High street 

Stevenson, Thomas, licensed auctioneer and valuator, 74 High st. 

Stephen, Dr. D., 56 High street — ho. 29 Church street 

Stewart, Miss, dressmaker, Thorn 

Stirling, James, jobbing joiner and funeral undertaker, 15 High 
street — house 77 do. 

Stirling, J. B. & P. J., solicitors and notaries, 28 High street, and 
175 St. Vincent street, Glasgow 

Stirling, John B., solicitor, secretary to Public Halls, law agent 
to Building Society, clerk to the Paisley Landward 
School Board, and hon. secy, and treas. to Johnstone and Dis- 
trict Cottage Hospital, 28 High street — house Beechmount 

Stirling, John, grocer, 12 Collier street — house do. 

Stirling, Joh i B., librarian, 12 Collier street 

Stirling, Mrs Euphemia, 28 High street 

Stirling, P. J., solicitor — house 28 High street 

Stiri'at, William, teller National Bank of Scotland Limited — house 
Blackstoun Home farm, by Paisley 

Stone, Joseph, keeper, St. Margaret's Catholic Y.M. Society rooms, 
8 George street — honse do. 

Storie, David, flesher, 71 High street — ho. 12 George street 

Storie, William, hairdresser, 83 High street — house Thorn 



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Storrie, Archibald, officer of Free Church — house 16 William st. 
Sunter, T., salesman Co-operative stores, 61 Highst. — ho. Canal st. 
Stuart, James T., of Loudon Bros. — house Hillhead, Glasgow 
Swan, Mrs. John, wine and spirit merchant, 7 High st. — house 

Laigh Cartside street 
Symington, Dr.,M.B., CM., Macdowall street — ho. Walkinshaw st. 

TAIT, Robert, drill instructor — house Drill Hall, Dimity street 
Taylor, John, tinsmith, 15 Collier street — house 8 Church street 
Taylor, Matthew H., M.D., 28 High street — ho. Walkinshaw lodge 
Taylor, Mrs., confectioner, 25 Grahame street — house do. 
Taylor, Peter, saddler, 76 High street — house 11 Rankine street 
Telephone Office, 2 George street — James Hunter & Co., agents 
Thomson, Mrs. Alexander — house Bonnyhill cottage, Ludovic sq. 
Thomson, George, slater and plasterer. Bank house, 24 Collier st. 

— house do. 
Thomson, James, agent for the Royal Bank of Scotland, North 

British and Mercantile Fire and Life Insurance Co., Employers' 

Liability Assurance Corporation, and Scottish Accident In- 
surance Co., 44 High street — house do. 
Thomson, James, boot and shoe maker, 8 Church street — house do. 
Thomson, John, police constable — house 13 Rankine street 
Thomson, John, baker, 14 Macdowall street — house do. 
Thomson, John, carriage hirer. Black Bull stables, George street 

— house Church street 
Thomson, Miss, musie teacher, Hagg crescent 
Thomson, Robert, watchmaker, 5 Hagg crescent 
Thomson, Robert, police constable, 1 Buchanan street 
Thomson, William, wine and spirit merchant, 17 Rankine street — 

house. The Cottage, Buchanan street 
Thomson & Co., slaters and plasterers, 26 Laigh Cartside street — 

house do. 
Thorley & Sons, mineral water manufacturers, Thorn — ho. Dunlop 

St., Tollcross, Glasgow 
Thorn Cemetery, Thorn — superintendent, John M'Dougall ; lodge 

Thorn Cemetery 
Train, William, grocer and provision merchant, 30 High street — 

ho. 11 William street 

UNION BANK OF SCOTLAND LIMITED, 52 High street— 

D. A. Mactavish, agent 
Urquhart, Hector, police constable, 8 Church street 
IJytman, John, commercial traveller to Finlayson, Bousfield, & Co. 

Limited — house Ivy bank. Canal street 



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WAD DELL, Alexander, of Pollock, Whyte, & Waddell— house 

Aldworth, Kilmalcolm 
Waddell, T. S., of Clifton & Waddell— ho. Wallacehill, Elderslie 
Walker, Marie, at Young & Sons — house 3 East Croft, Paisley 
Walker, Mrs. Malcolm, Thorn 

Walker, William, joiner, cartwright, and timber merchant. Thorn 
Walker, William, grocer and provision merchant, 62 High st. — ho. do. 
Watt, W. J., botanical brewer, 62 High street 
Watson, James, painter and decorator, 22 Church street — house 

Daisyfield, Thorn 
Watson, Robert, of R. & W. Watson, Linwood — house Newfield 
Watson, William, of R. & W. Watson, Linwood — house Newjfield 
Watson, William, of Kerr & Watson — house Daisyfield, Thorn 
Wellwood, S. M., accountant National Bank — ho. National Bank ho. 
Welsh, Misses, Mavisbank cottage. Dimity street 
Westwood, Rev. William, M.A., minister, West U.P. Church — 

manse Church street 
White, James A., accountant, Royal Bank — house Hagg crescent 
Whitelaw, John, Laigh Cartside Parish church officer — house 

Bankhouse, Collier street 
Whyte, Matthew, of Pollock, Whyte, & Waddell— ho. Gleniffer view 
Whyte, Miss, dressmaker and ladies' and children's outfitter, 25 High st. 
Williamson, George, feuar, Hagg crescent 
Williamson, George, house factor, Hagg crescent 
Williamson, Miss, dressmaker, 9 William street 
Wilson, John, & Son, engineers and toolmakers, Vulcan works 
Wilson, Matthew, M.A., teacher, The Public School — house 

Redburu, Canal avenue 
Wilson, Matthew, contractor, 21 Church street — house do. 
Wilson, Mrs, Barbush farm 
Wilson, Mrs. F., 26 Church street 

Wright, Thomas, manager at Robert Smith's— house Hagg cresct. 
Wylie, Alexander, at John Wilson & Son's — house Kirkfield 
Wylie, Alexander W., at John Wilson & Son's — ho. Thorn house 
Wylie, Hugh J., at A¥. Paton Ltd. — ho. 7 Montgomery cres., Saltcoats 
Wylie, Mrs., draper, 71 High street — house do. 
Wylie, Miss J., pupil teacher, 15 William street 
Wylie, John, flesher, 41 High street — house 15 William street 
Wylie, William, Ludovic square 
Wylie, W. Muir, at John Wilson & Son's— house Kiikfield 

YOUNG, John, & Sons, shoemakers, 62 High street — ho. 93 High 

street. Paisley 
Young Men's Christian Association Rooms, Temperance hall, 3 

Macdowall street 



JOHNSTONE DIRECTORY. 



APPEN DIX. 



POPULATION OF BURGH OF JOHNSTONE 

Population, fixed by the Sheriff, 10th June, 1893, 10,117 

For 1891, 9668 

For 1881, 92G8 



Increase during ten years, .. ... ... 400 

Population, including landward portion of district, 12,088. 
Village of Elderelie — 1468 
Village of Quarrelton — 208 
Thorn and Overton — 563 



Bailies- 



COMMISSIONERS OF POLICE 

Provost — George Thortison. 
-James Scott, John Lang, jr., Thomas Daly, and William Baxter. 
Treasurer and Collector — James Brown. 



COMMISSIONERS 

James M'Nair. 
John Fraser. 
John Coates. 



John Fyfe. 
William Green. 
James Aitken. 
Stewart Armour. 

Town-Clerk — William Reid. Burgh Fiscal — Robert Reid. 

Assessor Police Court — William Reid. Chief Constable — Charles Forbes. 

Members of the Combination Hospital Board — Provost Thomson, Ex-Bailie Coates, 

Bailie Laug, Ex-Bailie M'Nair, Bailie Baxter, James Aitken. 



George Thomson 
James Scott. 
Stewart Armour. 
John Coates. 
William Green. 
John Fraser. 

Clerh — William Reid. 



GAS COMMITTEE 

Convener — John Lang, jun. 

James M'Nair. 
Joho Fyfe. 
William Baxter. 
Thomas Daly. 
James Aitken. 



Treasurer — James Brown, 



Collector's Office —Municipal Chambers. 



JUSTICES OF 

JOHNSTONE 
James Finlayson, Merchiston. 
J. C. Cuninghame, of Craigends. 
0. B. Renshaw, M.P., Barochan. 
Graham Macfarlane, Beltrees. 
Geo. L. Houstoun, of Johnstone. 
John Malloch, The Glen, Elderslie. 
.V.W.Finlayson,Spring-grove,Kilbarch'n 
Peter M'Laurin, Cartside, Johustone. 
Tames FyfeDonald,Woodbank,Johnst'ne 



THE P.E A C E 

DISTRICT 

William Shanks, Bank House, Johnstone 
Provost Thomson. 

Robt. Watson, Newfield House, Johnst'ue 
John Laug, jr., Springfield, Johnstone. 
Thomas Murdoch, Ranfurly, Bridge-of- 

Weir. 
Walter W. Fleming, Dimora, Bridge- 

of-Weir. 
A. A. Speirs, Houston House, Houston. 



Robert Wilson, Manswraes, Kilbarchau 

Justice of Peace Clerh-Depute — Robert Reid, National Bank buildings. 



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POST OFFICE, WALKINSHAW STREET 

Postmaster — William Gaff Fleming. 

Hours for Ordinary Business — 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. 

Money-Order Office, 9 a.m to 8 p.m. 

Deliveries — 7.0 a.m., 2.20 p.m., 5.20 p.m., and 7.20 p.m. 

Despatches— 8.40, 10.45 a m , 12.20, 2.25, 4.40, 5.40, and 8.5 p.m. 

Letters for N.E. of England should be posted bv 5.40 p.m., as they suffer serious 

delay going by ordinary mail at 8.5. Parcels for England, Ireland, South of 

Scotland, and foreign parts, require to be posted before 5.30 p.m. 

PAISLEY LANDWARD SCHOOL BOARD 

CAairma??— Matthew H. Taylor, M.D. 



Rev. William A. Liston. 
Rev. William Davidson. 
Robert Lang. 
Robert Moorhead. 



John Sharp. 
Robert Smith. 
William S. M'Kechnie. 
Arthur H. Renshaw. 



Clerh — J. B. Stirling, 28 High street, Johnstone. 

Treasurer — William Reid, writer, Municipal Chambers, Collier street, Johnstone. 

Compulsoiy Officer— James Budge, 22 Buchanan street, Johnstone. 

The Board meets the Second Tuesday of every mouth. 

Schools under the Management of the Board. 

In Johnstone— ~Ludovic Square, Floors Street and Laigh Cartside Schools. 

Elderslie Wallace School ; Inkermann School ; Cardoaald School ; and 

Nethercraigs School. 

PUBLIC OFFICES ETC. 

Paisley Parish Office, 25 Church street (open Tuesday, Thursday, and Satur- 
day. 11 till 12)— J. M. Campbell, inspector^ John Robertson, collector. 

Collector's Office (Burgh Rates, &c.), Municipal Chambers — J.Brown,collector. 

Gas Opfice, Municipal Chambers — James Brown, collector. 

Justice of Peace, National Bank buildings — Robert Reid, clerk-depute. 

Police Office, Police Chambers, Collier st. — Cha.s. J. Forbes, chief constable. 

Post Office, Wiilkinshaw street - William Gaff Fleming, postmaster. 

Registrar's Office ("for Johnstone and District), Walkinshaw street — William 
Gaff Flemmg, registrar. 

Sanitary Inspector's Office, Police Chambers, Collier street — Charles J. 
Forbes, inspector. 

Paisley Landward School Board. — Clerk's Office, 28 High street 
— J. B. Stirling, clerk. Treasurer's OflBce, 40 High street — "William 
Reid, treasurer. Inspector — James Budge, 22 Buchanan street. 

Post-Opfice Stamps, William G. Fleming, sub-distributor. 

Town Clerk's Office, Municipal Chambers — William Reid, clerk. 



WRITERS 

Holmes, Mactavisb, Fullerton, & Mac- , J. B. Stirling, 28 High street 

killop, 52 High street 
Robert Reid, National Bank Buildings 
William Reid, Municipal Chambers 



R. C. Stevenson, 6 Cburch street 
A. P. Reid, National Bank buildings 
D. A. Mactavisb, Union Bank 



MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS 

James C. Herbertson, M.A., M.D., 61 High street — house Bellevue. 

William Alex. Orr, M.B., CM., 31 High street— ho. Westfield, Grahame street. 

M. H. Taylor, M.D., 28 High street — ho. Walkinshaw Lodge, Walkinshaw street. 

W. W. Fyfe, M.B., CM., 64 High street— house Church street. 

David Stephen, M.D., 56 High street — house Church street. 

Michael Symington, M.B.,C.M., Macdowall street — house Walkinshaw street. 



APPENDIX. 303 



CHURCHES 



PARISH CHURCH, Ludovic Square. 

Minister — Rev. William Macloy. 

Secretai'y and Treasurer — David F. Rankine, Westmarch, Thorn. 

Precentor— J. M'Farlaue. Officer — Wm. Millar, Buchanan Street. 

Number of sittings — 950. 

LAIGH CARTSIDE ESTABLISHED CHURCH, Russell Street. 

Minister — Rev. Archibald Halliday. 

Secretary — Wm. Nicol, 21 Russell street. 

Ti^easurer — Samuel Hannah, High street. 

Precentor —'Wxn. C. Barr. Officer — John Whitelaw, Bank house. 

Number of sittings — 399. 

FREE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND, William Street. 

Minister — Rev. Robt. M'Lean. 

Clerh to the Deacons' Court — Wm Doig, M'Dowallst. Treasurer — John Fraser. 

Precentor — David P. Allan. (5^cer— Archibald Storrie, 16 William street. 

Number of sittings— 875. 

EAST O.P. CHURCH, Walkinshaw Street. 

Minister — Rev. Hugh Gemmill, B.D. 

>Secre^ar?/— Robert Cameron. Trehsurer — Robert Thomson. 

Organist — J. H. Christie. Officer — John Speirs, Walkinshaw street. 

Number of sittings — 650. 

WEST U.P. CHURCH, Church Street. 

Pastor — Rev. Wm. Westwood, M.A. 

Secretary — William James Scott, Parkside place, Floors street. 

Treasurer — Walter Hooks. 31issionary — Robert M'Cann. 

Organist — Wm. Gaff Fleming. 

Officer — James Ballantyne, Church street. 

Number of sittings — 605. 

ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH, Floors Street. 

Inciimhent — Rev. William M'Dermott. 

Number of sittings — 400. 

ROMAN CATHOLIC CHAPEL, Grahame Street. 

Rev. Wm. Davidson, Rev. Andi'ew Lalor, and Joseph Laveth. 

FREE CHURCH GAELIC MISSION. 

Missionary — Alexander MacKenzie. Convener of Committee — Arch. Lamont. 

Treasurer — Malcolm Ferguson. Russell street. 

PARISH CHURCH SABBATH SCHOOL 

Superintendent — John Lang, jun. Treasurer — Peter Taylor. 

Secretary — W. Stevenson, 35 High street. 

FREE CHURCH SABBATH SCHOOL 

President — Rev. Robt. M'Lean. Superintendent — William Doig, 
Treasurer — William M'Farlane. Secretary — Peter Barr. 

EAST U.P, CHURCH SABBATH SCHOOL 

President — Rev. H. Gemmill. M A., B.D. Superintendent — Thomas Wright. 
Treasurer — David Hendry. Secretary — James Cameron, Thorn. 

WEST U.P. CHURCH SABBATH SCHOOL 

President — Rev. W. Westwood, M.A. SiqjeriiUendent — John Muir. 

Secretary — William T. Merry, 23 Church street. Treasw^er — Adam Barr 



304 JOHNSTONE DIRECTORY. 

BANKS 

NATIONAL BANK LIMITED, Houstoun Square. 

Agent — W, W. M'Dowall, Accountant—^. M. Wellwood. 

UNION BANK OF SCOTLAND LIMITED, 52 High Street. 

Agent — D. A. Mactavish. Accountant —David Rankine 

ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND, 44 High Street. 

Agent — James Thomsoo. Accountant — .Tames A. White. 

THE SAVINGS BANK OF PAISLEY— Johnstone Branch, 60 High Street 

Open daily from 10 a.m. till 3 p.m. (Saturdays excepted) ; on Saturdays from 

10 a.m. till 12 noon, and for receiving only from 3 till 6 p.m. 

Ales. B. M'Gown, Actuary. J. Stewart Macphaii, Accountant. 

FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE AGENTS 

Union Insurance Company — James Reid, 40 High street. 

London and Lancashire Fire and Life — William Reid, Municipal Chambers, and J. 

B. & P. J. Stirling, 128 High street. 
Scottish Accident Insurance Co. — William Reid, Municipal Chambers ; W. W. 

M'Dowall, National Bank ; and James Thomson, Royal Bank. 
Boiler Insurance ami 8team Power Co. — William Reid, Municipal Chambers. 
Northe7-n — William Reid, 40 High street, and J. B. Stirling, 28 High street. 
Kent Fire and Life Insurance Co. — J. Stewart Macphaii, 60 High street. 
Kent Fire and Life Insurance Co. — R. C. Stevenson, 6 Church street 
Guardian Fire and Life Assurance Co — R. C Stevenson, 6 Church street 
Equitable Fire Insurance Co. — J. Stewart Macphaii, 60 High street. 
Norioich and London Accident Insurance Co. — J. Stewart Macphaii, 60 High street. 
Renfrewshire Plate Glass Insurance Co. — J. Stewart Macphaii, 60 High street. 
Scottish Widoros' Fund., Life — J. Stewart Macphaii, 60 High street. 
Scottish Temperance Life Assurance Co. — J Stewart Macphaii, 60 High street 
National Provincial Plate Glass Insurance Co. — J. B. Stirling, 28 High street. 
National Gxiarantee, Association — J. B. Stirling, 28 High street. 
Eoyal Fire and Life — William G. Fleming, Walkinshaw street ; James Barnett, 

Lily bank house; and J. B. Stirling, 28 High street. 
Alliance Insurance Company — James Barnett, Lily bank house. 
Standard Life Assurance Co. — James Barnett, Lily bank house. 
Scottish Union and National — J. M. Rankin, Bellemont, Floors street. 
Caledonian Insurance Co. — J. M. Rankin, Bellemont, Floors street, and J. Stewart 

Macphaii. 
Lancashire Insurance Company — William Caldwell, Walkinshaw street. 
London Corporation Fire and Life — William Caldwell, Walkinshaw street. 
North British and Mercantile, Fire and Life, and City of Glasgoio Life Insurance. — 

Holmes, Mactavish, & Co., Union Bank, and J. Thomson, Royal Bank. 
Queen Insurance Co. — Holmes, Mactavish, & Co., Union Bank. 
Edinburgh Life —David Rankine, Union Bank. 

Norioich and London Accident Insurance Association — D. Rankine, Union Bank. 
No'^^tli British and Mercantile Insurance Co., and English and Scottish Law Life 

Assuratice Association — W. W. M'Dowall, National Bank. 
Sun Life and Sun Fire — Robert Reid, National Bank building. 
Royal Exchange Fire and Life — Peter Kerr, 46 High street. 
Phcenix Fire — James F. Donald, High street. 

Employers'' Liability Assurance Coiporation, Limited — James Thomson. Royal Bank. 
United Kingdom Temperance ^ General Provident Institution — H. Walker M'Gregor, 
General Life ^ssurance^ Co. — H. Walker M'Gregor. 
Scottish Provident Institution — S. M. Wellwood. 



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SCHOOLS 



JOHNSTONE PUBLIC SCHOOL. 
Senior School, - - - Head Jf aster — Matthew Wilson, M.A. 
Junior do., - - - Head Master — Wiu. K. Purdon, M.A. 
Infant do., _ - - Head Mistress— Agnes Dicksou, C.M. 

ROMAN CATHOLIC SCHOOL (ST. MARGAEET'S), Buchanan Street. 

/Senior Department. — Head Teacher — Miss Reiley. 

Initiatory Department. — Head Teacher — Annie Almond, C.T. 

JOHNSTONE CURLING CLUB 

Patron — (jeoYgQ L. Honstoun, Johnstone Castle. 

Patroness — Lady Campbell of Blythswood. 

President — William Reid, Town Clerk. Vice-President— '^vovos^i Thomson. 

Representative Members — Ex-Bailie Jaffrey and Wra. Reid. 

Chaplain — Rev. Hugh Gemraill. 

Treasurer and Secretary — Stewart Armour. 

THE JOHNSTONE BOWLING AND LAWN TENNIS CO., LTD. 

Directors — Stewart Armour, chairman ; Captain Paton, James Barr, John 
Lang, jun,, John Husband, Alexander Cameron, and Major Shanks. 

Secretary and Treasurer — J. Stewart Macphail. Cluh House — Laighpark. 

JOHNSTONE LAWN TENNIS CLUB 

Hon. President — George L. Houstoun. 
Hon, Vice-Presidents — Dr. Herbertson, Stewart Armour, Alex. Cameron, and 

Major Shanks. 

President — AYm. B Lang. Vice-President — J. S. Macphail. 

Secretary — James Richardson, Fullartou villa. 

Treasurer and Ladies'' Convener— VeieY Barr. 

Committee — M. Smith, A. Cameron, A. C. Robertson, W. Wilson, Jas. Cameron, 

and Robt. Robertson. 



JOHNSTONE BOWLING CLUB. 

President — Ex-Bailie Husband. Vice-President — Bailie Lang. 

Hon. Secretary — George Howard, 20 William street. 

Greenlieeper — Wm. Campbell. 

LILYBANK BOWLING CLUB 

Hon. President — W. J. Finlaysou. President — Andrew Coats. 

Vice-Presidents — James Barnett and Chas. K. Finlayson. 

Treasurer — W. Green, sen., 26 Rankine st. Secretary — H. Craig, Buchanan st. 

Keeper — W. Kerr. Green — Brewery street. 

JOHNSTONE FOOTBALL CLUB 

Hon. President — C. Biue Renshaw, M.P. President — Alex. Graham. 

Vice-President— Jy. M. S. Donald. Treasurer — \ie.cio\- M'Kechnie. 

Secretary — John Mair. Match Secretary — Uobprt (-amernn. 

COCHRANE CASTLE GOLF CLUB ' ' 

Craigston, near Johnstone. 18 holes. 

President — George L. Houstoun, of Johnstone. 

Captain and Chairman — D. A. Mactavish, The Linn, Johnstone. 

Vice-Chairman—Q)0\. H. J, M'Dowall, of Sunuyhill, J-hnstone. 

Committee oj" Maiiayement — Gnptain Paton, A. B. M'Kechuie, John Fraser, and 

Hugh P. Buchanan. 
Secretary and Treasurer — H. Walker M'Gregor, Union Bank, Johnstone. 

V 



306 JOHNSTONE DIRECTORY. 

JOHNSTONE AND DISTRICT CYCLE CLUB 

Hon. President- C. Bine Renshaw, M.P., Barochan. 

President —^WWaxa. EitcLiie. 

Vice-Presidents — William Kirk wood, jr., and John Murray, Paisley. 

Captain — William Thomson. Vice-Captain — J. A. Jaffrey. 

Secretary and Treasurer— R. B. Smith, 6 High street. 

Committee — Wm. M'Kean, James Williamson, Robert Blackburn, Eobt. Sample, 

and Office-bearers. 
Delegate to S.C.U.—B.^Y.WGvegOY. 

SOCIETIES 



JOHNSTONE PUBLIC HALL AND WORKING MEN'S INSTITUTE. 

President — James Finlayson, sen. Vice-President — Matthew Wilson. 

Treasurer and Seci-etai'y — John B. Stirling, solicitor, 28 High street. 

Directors — James Finlayson, sen., James Finlayson, jun., John B. Stirling, John ' 

M'Adam, Matthew Wilson, James Stevenson. Duncan Macphail, A. Robertson, 

James Jaffrey, J. H. Reicke, Peter Porter, Thomas Small, W. Lancaster, Peter 

Ritchie, James S. Robertson, John Allison, Joseph Morris, James Anderson, 

James Hunter, Thomas Stevenson, and W. R. Purdou. 

Janitor — D. Cameron. 

JOHNSTONE YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. 

President — James Barnett, Lily Bank house. 

Vice-Presidents — Jas. Finds, Grahams street ; James Smith, Rankine street. 

Treasurer — David I. M'Kee, Fyfe place, Russell street. 

Secretary — Samuel M.'Guire, 16 Walkiushaw street. 

JOHNSTONE TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCIETY. 

President — Jas. Barnett. Vice-Presidents — John Lang, jun., and James SproulL 

Treasurir — Charles Murdoch. 

Secretary — James Hill, Floor street. 

General Committee — John Caldwell, D. Macphail, Robert Watson, James Brown,, 

Wm. Scoular, John Wilson, Geo. Howard, John Husband, and Hugh M'Lareu. 

Committee meets iu Directors' Room of Town Hall. 

JOHNSTONE WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN AND TEMPERANCE 
ASSOCIATION. 

President — Mrs. George Fj'ffe, Ludovic square. 

Vice-Presidents — Miss Oatt, High street, and Mrs. M'Kee, Clark street. 

Secretary — Miss Stirling, 28 High street. 

Treasurer — Mrs. John Lang, Lynnhurst. 

JOHNSTONE AND DISTRICT LANDLORDS' ASSOCIATION. 

President — Robert Semple. 

Secretary and Treasurer — R. C. Stevenson, writer. 

Directors — John Eraser, Peter Porter, James Sproull, J. Stewart Macphail^ 

Robert Anderson, and George Williamson. 

JOHNSTONE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY 

Piesldint — C, Blue Eenshaw. I\I.P. Vice-President — .John Lang, jr.. 

Secretary and Tieasurer -James Roberton, Mary field place. 



APPENDIX. 



JOHNSTONE CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY, LLMITED. 

Instituted 1866. 

Fresident — Alexander Macduff. Vice-President — Jobn Donaldson. 

Treasurer — William Ferguson, Fyfe place. 

Secretarif — James Fergusou, 35 High street. 

Committee — Riclid. Gallacher, Walter Hooks, Wm. Holmes, Thomas Love, 

George Stevenson, Ludovic Blackwood, Archibald Grahame, John Madden, 

Joseph Young, James M'Ininch, Peter Stewart, and Robert M'Lellaud. 

Auditors — James Dickson, J. M. Raukin, and Henry Dicksou. 

Places of Business : — 
OflSces and Drapery Warehouse — 61 High street. 
Central — 61 High street. No. 1 Branch — 9 High street. 

No. 2 Branch — Grahame street. No. 3 Branch- -Elderslie. 

Boot and Shoe Shops — 6 Church street, and Elderslie. 
Hardware Departmert — 6 Uoustoun square. 
Fleshing Department — 6 Houstoun square. 
Coal Depot — Laigh Cartside station. 

JOHNSTONE BUILDING SOCIETY. 

(Enrolled and Established under the Act of Parliament 6 and 7 William IV., 

cap. 32.) 

Instituted on the permanent principle. 

The Shares of £25 each, payable at the rate of 2s. per Share Monthly. 

Entry-money, la. per Share. 

President — Matthew Wilson. Vice-President — Alexander Cameron. 

Treasurer — John Muir, Thorn. 

Secretary — James Sproull, 1 Buchanan street. 

Law Agent — John B. Stirling, writer. Surveyor — George Thomson. 

Instalments due on the first, and payable on or before the following Wednesday 

of each Month, at the Office of the Treasurer. 

JOHNSTONE LIBERAL ASSOCIATION. 

Hon. President — James Finlaysuu, Merchiston. 

President — 

Vice-Pi'esidents — Thomas Barrowman, and Archibald Mackenzie. 

Secretary — John Donaldson, writer, Paisley. 

Treasurer — William Lawrie, Hamburg house, Thorn. 

Annual General Meeting in November. 

JOHNSTONE AND DISTRICT JUNIOR LIBERAL ASSOCIATION. 

Hon. President — Sir T. Glen-Coats, Bart. 

Hon. Vice-Presidents ~&iv William Dunn, Bart., M.P., R. Wallace, J. Finlayson, 

A. Mackenzie, T. F. Reid, Rev. T. Wright, M.A., John Lang, jr., and 

A. Walker. 

President — Ales. Taylor. Vice-Presidents — T. B. Watson and Matthew Green. 

Hon. Treasurer — John Michael. 

Hon. Secretary — Abraham Taylor, 61 High street. 

Rooms — 21 High street. 

BLYTHSWOOD CONSERVATIVE CLUB AND READING ROOM. 
OflSce-bearers same as of the Johnstone Conservative Association. 
Execidive Committee — Ex-Provost Stevenson, Robert Spiers, Jas. A. White, 
William Boyd, James Aitken, David Robertson, Peter Montgomerie, and 
James Robertson. 



308 JOHNSTONE DIRECTORY. 

JOHNSTONE CONSERVATIVE ASSOCIATION. 

Instituted 1884. 

Hon. Presidents — Lord Blythswood and J. C. Cunningharae. 

Hon. Vice-Presidents — A. H. Renshaw, and George Barclay. 

President — Ex-Pro vost Stevenson. 

Vice-Presidents — Colonel M'Dowall and D. A. Mactavish. 

Hon. Secretary and Treasurer — R. C. Stevenson, Writer. 

SIR WILLIAM WALLACE ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER 
No. 109. 
M.E.P.Z —^xa. Baxter, jun. Jf.J^P.//.— James M. Guy. 

M.EP.J. — Bv. Herbertson. J/. £'.P.P.Z.— William Guy. 

E.8.E.-'E,. Alexander. E S.N.—Boydi Park. 

Treasurer— ^WW&Vd Boyd. 
First Sojourner — Thomas Hamilton. Second Sojourner — Peter 0. Abbie. 

Third Sojourner — John Gilraartin. Janitor — Joliu Ferguson. 

Meets on the Third Thursday of every month in Masonic Hall, 26 High street, 

MASONIC LODGE. 

HousTOUN St. Johnstone Lodge, No. 242. 

R. IP^il/.— James M. Guy. 

I.P.M.—Dv. Herbertson. 

Depute Master — William Baxter, jun. 

Substitute Master — William Boyd. 

Senior Warden — R. M'Leod. 

Junior Warden — John Gilmartiu. 

Treasurer — James Ferguson. 

Secretary— George Cubie, 12 Campbell street. 

Regular Meetings First Friday of every month, at 8 o'clock p.m., in Masonic 

Hall, 26 High street. 

JOHNSTONE DISTRICT ORANGE LODGE, No. 18. 

D.M. — Robert Hawthorn. 
Treasurer — James Devenny, Hagg Bank. 

FREE GARDENERS' SOCIETY— ROSE OF JOHNSTONE LODGE, 
No. 52, B.O.A.F.G. (Renfrewshire District). 

Lodge Room — Masonic Hall, High street. 

Registered under the Act of 1875. 

W.M. — Bro. Samuel Hosie. 

Secretary — Bro. Goorge Stevenson, Ludovic square. 

Treasurer— Bvo. Peter Stewart, Elderslie, 

Sich Steward. — For Johnstone and district — Bro. Robert J. Carlile, 17 Russell st. 

Trustees — Bros. Gray, Steel, and M'Gafiin. 

Medical Attendants — Dr. W. W. Fyfe, 64 High street and 20 Church street 

Bro. Dr. Stevenson, 97 Causeyside, Paisley. 

PERSEVERANCE LODGE OF ODDFELLOWS, M.U. No. 6,090. 
Paisley District. 

iV.C. —William Macduff. F. (?.— .John Scott. 

Tnistees — William Buick, William Stewart, and John Husband. 

Treasurer —Ijudiosia Black%vood, Thorahill. 

Secretary — Andrew Stewart, 76 High street: 

JPIace of Meeting — Masonic Hall, High street. Meets every alternate Tuesday. 



APPENDIX. 309 



L.O.A. SBEPHERDS-SUNNYHILL LODGE, No. 2144. 
W.M. — Jeime? Wallace. D.3J. — Jolin Gilmour. j 

Treasurer — William Siiiitb. "7 

SicJc Steioards — Bros. George Craig, Johustone; D. Graham, Howwood. 

Lodge Surgeon — Dr. SyniingtoD, M.B.,C.M., 9 Walkinsbaw street. 

financial /Secretary Bro. Hamilton Craig, 6 Bncbanau street. 

Next election of office-bearers — June, 1898. 

Meets every alternate Wednesday in Temperance Hall, Macdowall street, 

at 8 o'clock. 

JOHNSTONE GANG FORWARD LODGE OF I.O.G.T. 
Lodge Room — Macdowall street Hall. 

C.r.— Robert Ritchie. X.Z>.— William Stewart. 

Secretary — 3 . Hamilton, Campbell street. 

Treasurer — Miss M'Cartney, 10 Rankiue street. 

Meets every Wednesday at 8 p.m, 

JOHNSTONE CASTLE LODGE OF LO.G.T. 

Lodge Room, Good Templars' Hall, Mary street, Laigb Cartside. 

C. 7".— John Wilson. L D. — Alexander Hutton. 

Secretary —3 ohn Taylor, Cart-Bauk terrace. 

Treasurer — Mi^s Stewart, 22 Macdowall street. 

Meets every Monday at 8 p.m. 

JOHNSTONE REFORM LODGE OF LO.G.T. 

Lodge Room, Good Templars' Hall, Mary street, Laigh Cartside. 

C.T. — James White. L.D. — James Vance. 

/S'eCT^e^a?'^ — Robert Thomson, Ann street. 

J'reoswer— Miss M'Farlane, Church street. 

Meets every Wednesday at 8 p.m. 

RECHABITES— JOHN LANG TENT, No. 2365. 

Glasgow District No. 40. 

Meeting Place, Tempeiauce Hall, Macdowall street. 

C.^.— John Braid wood. 

Secretary — Alex. G. llutton, 20 William strei t. 

Treasurer— 3 ohn Caldwell, 9 Buchanan street. 

Steward — Kle-s.. Cameron, Thorn. 

Medical Attendant — Dr. Jas. Herbertson, M.A. 

Meets every alternate Thursday. 

THE JOHNSTONE COMBINATION HOSPITAL COMMITTEE, 
Muirhead, by Johustone. 

Dugald A. Mactavish, Chairman. George Thomson, Vice- Chairman. 

Committee — 
John Fullarton, James Mackay, Jobn Coates, John Lang, juu., James M'Nair 
Alex. M. Brown, A. A. Speirs, James Aitken, AVilliam Baxter, Archibald W. 
Finlayson, Robert Wilson, Jobn Kerr, Rev. Jas. Murray, Rev. John Russell 
and Robert Houston. 

Medical Officer — James C. Herbertson, M.A,, M.D., CM. 

Clerk and Treasure'- — H. Walker M-Gregor, Union Bank, Johnstone. 

Superirdendent—UxxgXi Brown. 



310 JOUNSTONE DIRECTORY. 



JOHNSTONE AND DISTRICT COTTAGE HOSPITAL. 

Board of Management -1.899. 

Chairman— Arihuv H. Rensbaw. Treasurer and Secretary —"5 ohn B. Stirliug. 

Trustees^ Represeiitatives — A. M. Browu, Henry Macdowall, "William Shanks, 

aud A. A. Speirs, 

Subscribers Representatives — Stewart Armour, John Laug, sen., Robert Smitb, 

Wui. Wallace, Patrick Barr, and James Browning. 

Medical Attendants— T\\9 VvaQ,i\i\oxievs in Johnstone in rotation, 

Hon. Auditor— W. W. M'DowaU, J. P., Banker. 

Ladies' Committee. 

President— Mrs. C. Bine Reushaw, Barochan. 

/Secretary — Miss Aline Waiuwrigbt, Gleupatrick. 

Matron — Miss Williamson. 

JOHNSTONE AUXILIARY TO NATIONAL BIBLE SOCIETY OF 

SCOTLAND. 

President — Rev. Hugh Gemmill. B,D. 

Hon. Secretary — J. Stewart Macpbail, 63 High street, Johnstone. 

Hon. Treasurer — James Black, 19 Church street. 

JOHNSTONE BURNS CLUB. 

President — William Lawrie. Vice-President — Peter Tayloi*. 

Treasurer — Thomas Boyd. 

Secretary — Thomas Scott, Buchanan street. 

SESSION-CLERK AND REGISTRAR 

(For Johnstone and District.) 

Session-Clerk — David Burnett, 21 High street. 

Tieoisfrar — William Gaff Fleming, Walkinshaw street, 

INLAND REVENUE 

Sub- Distributor of Stamps — Williaru Gr. Flemius:, Post Office. 

MILLS 

Cartside Mill — Smith & M'Laurin. 

Hagg Mill— Finlayson, Bousfield, & Co., Ltd. 

Johnstone Flax Mill, High street— Finlayson, Bousfield, & Co,, Ltd. 

Ltlybank and Lancefield Flax Mills— Finlayson, Bousfield, & Co,, Ltd. 

Johnstone Mill, Collier street — William Paton, Lid. 

Johnstone Old Mill, High street — William Paton, Ltd. 

Peockland Mill, High street — D, Biggart & Sons. 

C COMPANY 2ND V. B, A. AND S, HIGHLANDERS 

Captain — James Paton. 

Lieutenants — Archibald M'Laurin and D, W, P.tevenson, 

Sergeant- Instructor — R. Tait. Surgeon — M. H. Taylor, M.D. 

Drill Hall — Dimity street. 

FIRE BRIGADE 

Superintended by Magistrates and Councillors. 

Convener — Commissioner James Aitken. 

Captain — Joseph Laird, 36 Macdowall street. 



Charles Kirkwood, 11 William street, 
Hugh White, 19 Collier street. 
John M'Lauchlan, 18 Collier street. 
Wm. Andrew, 5 Grahame street. 
Lawrence Lundie, 29 Macdowall st. 



John Boyce, 2 Houstoun square. 
James, Gillan, slater, 22 Macdowall st. 
Andrew M'Gaffin, eugiueer, 18 Collier 

street. 
Wm, Stirling, slater, 34 Macdowall st 



APPENDIX. oil 


COAL AG 


E N T S 


Matthew Wilson, Johnstone Station- 


-house, Quarry street. 


Jack & Co., do. do. 


do. Elderslie. 


James Allan, do. do. 


do. Gleniffer view, Thorn. 


James Sproul, do. do. 


do. 6 Canal street. 


Samuel Hopkins, do. do. 


do. Elderslie. 


John Borland, Laigh Cartside Statior 


1 — house, Thomson avenue. 



CARRIER S' QUARTERS 
PAISLEY — William Currie, 16 Rankine street, arrives daily ; departs daih', 
8.30 a.m. (departs from Moss street, Paisley, 5 p.m.) 

PAISLEY and GLASGOW— Thomas Downie, 12 Macdowall street, arrives 
daily ; departs daily, 8 a.m. 

JOHNSTONE CROSS— nearly opposite to the Bull Inn— is distant from the 
Cross of Paisley, 3 miles, 5 furlongs, 34 poles. 

FAIRS are held on the Thursday following the second Monday of July. 



END or JOHNSTONE DIEECTOEY. 



ELDERSLIE, BY PAISLEY. 



ALLISON, William, director A. F. Stoddard & Co. Ltd.— house 

Glenpatrick 
Aiild, William, sergeant-instructor of Volunteers — house Eenvue 

BARCLAY, Miss, Co-operative Society's Store — ho. 3 Woodend pi. 
Barclay, Robt., foreman, Glenpatrick Carpet wks — ho. Woodend pi. 
Barr, Rev. Alex., clergyman, Elderslie Free Church Mission — 

house Redholme, Overtoun road, Johnstone 
Bell, William, keeper Village Hall and Institute 
Brown, Robert, of Robert Brown & Sons, Paisley — house Foxbar 

house 
Burnside, William, farmer, Elderslie farm 

CARMICHAEL, D. C, wine and spirit merchant, Bailie Nicol 

Jarvie tavern 
Carmichael, R. S., Edgemount 
Cochran, Misses, dressmakers, Marguerite bank 
Co - Oi3erative (Johnstone) Society (Limited), Elderslie Branch 

— Miss Barclay, saleswoman 
Craig, James, practical consulting engineer and machinery valuator, 

Seaforth cottage 
Craig, Mrs. Robert, farmer, Mackie's mill 
Crawford, William, farmer, Craigenfeoch 
Cunningham, James, baron officer, Newton 

DICKSON, Harry, book-keeper at A. F. Stoddard & Co. Ltd.-~ 

house Thorn, Johnstone 
Douglas, Mrs. Robert, Wallace bank house 

Downie, John, head-master Wallace Public School — ho. School house 
Dunn, Peter, gamekeeper, Foxbar 
Dunning, Robert, confectioner, Stewart's land 

FLETCHER, Peter, clerk at A. F. Stoddard & Co. Ltd.— house 

Hamburg, Thorn 
Fyfe, John, family grocer — house 3 WalkinshaAV St., Johnstone 

GAW, George, stationmaster, Elderslie station 

Gilmour, Mrs. James, farmer, Fulbar 

Glenpatrick Carpet Works — A. F. Stoddard & Co. Ltd. 

Gow, Louis N., colour-maker, Glenpatrick Carpet Works — house 

Wallace place 
Graham, Mrs. Isaac, Back-of -hill 
Gray, James, general dealer 
Grosart, James F. W.. farmer, Bridgend farm 



ELDERSLIE DIRECTORY. 313 

HAMILTON, William, Bermuda villa 

Haodley, John, foreman printer, Glenpatrick Carpet works — house 

Glenpatrick 
Houston, Gavin, farmer, Greenhill 
Houston, George P., clerk to A. F. Stoddard & Co. Ltd. — ^house 

Parklea, Sunnyside, Paisley 

JACK, Thomas, spirit merchant, Mayfield place 
Jardine, Robert, at J. & P. Coats Limited — house Beechmount 
Johnstone, James F., writer. Paisley — house Glenpatrick house 
Johnstone, James, distiller. Dean Distillery, Edinburgh — house 
Glenpatrick house 

KEAN,David, joiner and cartwright. Walker's land — ho.Keith's land 
Kent Fire and Life Insurance Offices ; agent, R. C. Stevenson, 

writer, Hilltop cottage 
Keith, John, spirit merchant, Wallace's tavern 
Kyle, Andrew, farmer, Muirhead 

LANG, Alexander, feuar, The Thorn 
Livingstone, Daniel, weaver, Benvue 

MARSHALL, David, farmer, Leitchland 
Martin, Mrs , Linnet-brae cottage 
Mercer, Roughsedge, Laurel mount 

Muir, John, cashier, Co-operative Manufacturing Society, Paisley 
— house Thorn, Johnstone 

M'CRAE, Kenneth, gamekeeper. High Bardrain 
M'Donald, Mrs. Alexander, grocer and provision merchant 
M'Donald, Archibald, wine and spirit merchant, Wallace Tree — 

house do 
M'Farlane, Dugald, at Glenpatrick Carpet works — house 3 

AYoodend place 
MacFarlaue, Malcolm, at J. B. Lamb's, Paisley — ho. Gleniffer view 
M'Kechnie, Mrs., Thorndean 
M'Kechnie, William S., M.A., L.L.B., D.Phil., writer, of Gray & 

M'Kechnie, Glasgow — house Knightswood 
MTvenzie, Donald, retired spirit merchant, 1 Wallace place 
M'Kim, John, colour maker, Glenpatrick Carpet works — house 

Glenpatrick 
M'Meeken, Miss, confectioner and china merchant — ho. Ralph's land 

ORR, Mrs. James, grocer and newsagent, Jardine's land 

PALMER, George, confectioner, Wallace tree cottage 
Post Office — Agnes Robertsoiij postmistress 



314 ELDERSLIE DIRECTORY. 



E-AINEY, James, farmer, Newlands Craigs 

Reid, William, town-clerk of Johnstone — house The Glen, Elderslie 

Renshaw, Arthur H., Woodend, Houston 

Renshaw, C. Bine, M.P. for West Renfrewshire — residence 
Barochan, Houston . 

Reynolds, Frederick, confectioner, Keith's land 

Ritchie, John, farmer, Broomward 

Robertson, Alexander, cashier A. F. Stoddard & Co. Ltd. — ho. Thorn 

Robertson, Agnes, grocer and postmistrers 

SCOULLER, Mrs., Linnet brae cottage 

Skinner, Finlay, constable, 2 Woodend 

Smith, Rev. John, clergyman, Established Church — ho. The Manse 

Smith, William, feuar, Woodside cottage 

Stevenson, Peter, farmer. Low Bardrain 

Stevenson, R. C, writer, 6 Church street, Johnstone — house Hill- 
top cottage 

Stoddard, A. F., & Co. Ltd., Glenpatrick Carpet works 

VILLAGE Hall and Institute — William Bell, keeper 

WAINWRIGHT, W. H., secretary of A. F. Stoddard & Co. 

Ltd. — house The Cottage, Glenpatrick 
Wainwright, Charles, secretary, Nobel's Explosives Co., Glasgow, 

The Cottage, Glenpatrick 
Walker, Mrs. E., Elderslie tavern 
Wallace, William, director A. F. Stoddard & Co. Ltd. — house 

Glenpatrick 
Weir, John, clerk, Glenpatrick 
Whitehill, James, Seaforth cottage 
Williamson, Miss, matron, Johnstone and District Cottage Hospital 

YOUNG, John, Campfield 
Young, Mrs., Newton view 
Y^'oung, Thomas, Linnet Brae cottage 



POST OFFICE. 

Telegraph, aud Money Order Office, aud Post Office Savings Bank. 
Agues Robertson, Postmistress. 



1st Delivery, ... ... 8 a.m. 

2nd ,, 3 P.M. 

3rd , 6 P.M. 



Box Closed, 8.10 A:M. 

„ ,, .. ... 3.15 A.M. 

6.15 p.m. 



ELDEKSLIE PARISH CHURCH. 

Minister — Rev, John Hmith. Organist — A. B. Reid. 

Church Officer — John Paton. Number of Sittings, 820. 

FREE CHURCH 

Minister — Rev. Alex. Barr, Redholme, Overtouu road, Johnstone. 

Prece/iiwr— Robert Barclay, Thorn. 



ELDERSLIE DIRECTORY. 315 

ELDERSLIE AND DISTRICT LIBERAL ASSOCIATION. 
President — Vice- Presidents — Thomas Jack and Malcolm 

MacFailaue. 

Secretary — David M'Nab, Cherry woodside. 

Treasurer — James Millar, Jardine's Land. 

ELDERSLIE AND DISTRICT CONSERVATIVE ASSOCIATION. 

President — "William Wallace. Vice-President — Robert Jardine. 

Treasurer — William Allison. 

Secretary — R. C. Stevensou, Hilltop cottage. 

ELDERSLIE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. 
President — Peter Ray. Vice-President — 

Treasurer — Edward Blackwood, jun. 

Annual Show — second Saturday in September. 

WALLACE PUBLIC SCHOOL. 

Head Master — John Downie, Assistant — Miss Grace Smith. 

Z'razCTH^ — Miss M. Barrowman. 

Infant Mistress — Miss Maggie L. Cochrane. 

WALLACE BOWLING CLUB. 

President — Arthur H. Renshaw. Vice-President — Robert Jardine. 

Treasurer — John M'Kira, Glenpatrick. Secretary — John Paterson, Elderslie. 

WALLACE CURLING CLUB. 

President — Robert Jardine. Treasurer and Secretary — D. C. Carmichael. 

THE VILLAGE HALL AND INSTITUTE. 

President — C. B. Renshaw, M.P. Vice-President — John M'Kim. 

Secretary — George M'Donald, Mayfield place. 

Treasurer — Andrew Eonlds, Jardiue's land. 

Janitor — William Bell. 
ELDERSLIE PENNY SAVINGS BANK. 

(WALLACE SCHOOL.) 

Secretary — James Miller, Jardine's land. 

Treasurer — 

The Bank is open on Saturdays from 5 to 6 p.m. 

P. COY., 2nd V. B., A. & S. H. — headquarters, elderslie. 

Captain — W. H. Wainwright 



HOW WOOD. 



ALLAN, Robert, wine and spirit merchant, Railway inn — house 

Hnnthill 
Allison, John, joiner, Holmes 

BARBOUH, James, farmer, Muirdykes, by Howwood 

Binnie, J., Holm farm, Castlesemple 

Boyd, Adam, & Sons, bleachers and finishers, Bowfield works, 

Howwood 
Boyd, Adam, sen., of Adam Boyd & Sons — house Bowfield 
Boyd, A. Gr., of Adam Boyd & Sons — house Bowfield 
Boyd, W., farmer, Little Crossford, by Johnstone 
Browning, James, miller and grain merchant, Crossford mills, by 

Howwood 

CAMERON, Douglas F., cashier at John M'Nab & Co.'s, Midtown 

— house Myrtle bank 
Carnduif, John, of Ketcheu & Carnduff, Paisley — house George st. 
Carr, Margaret, Ivy cottage 

Christie, William, gamekeeper to G. L. Houstoun — house Skiff cot. 
Cochrane, R. A., journalist, George street 
Colquhoun, Robert, manager, Bowfield bleachworks — ho. Bowfield 

cottage 
Craig, Alex., joiner and cartwright 

Craig, Thomas, blacksmith and agricultural implement maker 
Currie, Adam and William, Dunalaster 

DICKIE, Mrs. C, Cochranefield house 

Duncan, James, police constable. Dreadnought buildings 

FERGUSON, Joseph, stationmaster 
FuUerton, Alex., Fordbank 

GEMMELL, W. B., Cochranfield house 

Gilbert, Rev. John, minister of Established Church — The Manse 

Go van, John, storekeeper, Bowfield store 

Graham, James, manager Income Tax oflEice, 19a St. Vincent 

street, Glasgow — house Hotel 
Guthrie, Robert, commission agent, Glasgow — house Hunthill 



HOWWOOD DIRECTORY. 317 

HAGGERTY, James, Castle Walls farm 

Harvey, James W. Shand, of Castlesemple, Lochwinnoch 

Houston, R. C., contractor and coal merchant, Howwood station — 

house Calder street, Lochwinnoch 
Houston, William R., coal merchant and contractor, Howwood 

station —house Myrtle bank 
Howwood Co-Operative Society (Limited) — Kate Mitchell, sales- 
woman 

IMRIE, David, farmer. East Muir Dykes 

LANG, John, farmer, Crossford farm 

Lindsay, J., postmaster. Post office, Dreadnought building 

MAULE, John, gardener, Midtown 
Meldrum, John, Cochranfield villas 

M'KECHNIE, Alex., Red house, Cochranfield 

Mackinnon, John, clerk at Adam Boyd & Sons — house Bridge of 

EUiestoun 
M'Millan, Robert, head gardener, Castlesemple — ho. Lochwinnoch 
M'Nab, John, & Co., bleachers, dyers, and finishers, Midtownfield 
M'Nab, Andrew, of John M'Nab & Co. — ho. Midtownfield house 
M'Nab, John, J. P., of John M'Nab & Co.— house Kinnell 

PARKER, Ninian, farmer, Ward Bowie farm 
Paterson, Mrs. R., Cochranfield cottage 
Pollock, John, jun., farmer, Springside 

ROBERTSON, Peter, Struan 

SANACHAN, James, clerk at John M'Nab & Co.'s 
Sanachan, John, jun., agent Prudential Assurance Co., Ltd. 
Sloan, William, postman, and church officer, Established Church 
Stevenson, John, joiner and cartwright 
Stevenson, John, grocer and newsagent 
Stewart, Peter, farmer, The Ha' farm 
Stirrat, Alexander, farmer, Ellieston farm 
Stirrat, Andrew, farmer, EUiestoun farm 

TAYLOR, Mrs. Hew, Hotel 

Taylor, Mrs., grocer and provision merchant 

Thom, John, farmer. Hall Hill Farm, by Johnstone 

Thomson, John, teacher, The Public School — house, Schoolhouse 



318 HOWWOOD DIRECTORY. 

WALLACE, Thomas, insurance agent, Glasgow — ho. Kirtonholme 

Wallace, Thomas, farmer. South Muir Dykes 

Wallace, William, joiner, Kirtonholme 

Watt, James, boot and shoemaker 

Woodrow, Miss Maggie, teacher, the Public School 

Wylie, James, registrar for Howwood district — office and house 

Lochwinnoch 
Wylie, John, confectioner, Craig's land 



HoAYWooD Established Church. 

Minister — Rev. John Gilbert, B.D. 

Treasurer — John Weir. 

Harmoniumist — Miss Robertsou. Church Officer — William Sloan. 

HowwooD Public School. 

Under the management of Lochwinnoch Parish School Board. 

Head Master— John Thomson. Assistant — Miss Maggie Woodrow. 

InJ'a7it 3Iisi7'ess —Miss A. Wright. 

HowwooD Church Guild. 

President — Rev. John Gilbert, B.D. 

Vice-Presidents — Wm. Allison, John Caruduff, R. A. Cochrane, .John Pollock, jun. 

/Secretary — Thos. Ed-wards, Stevensou's land. Treasurer — John M'Kinnou. 

HowwooD Literary Association. 

Meets Thursday Evenings from October to March in Victoria Hall {at 8.15. 

JPresident — James Graham. 

Vice-Presidents - John Gilbert, B.D,, and E. A. Cochrane. 

/Secretary — Ales. C. Graham, Crussford. Treasurer — Robert Lindsay. 

Howwood Co- Operative Society (Limited). 

President — John Weir. 

Treasurer — Wm. Wallace, seu. Secrc'.ary—JsimQS Sanachan. 

Saleswoman — Miss Kate Mitchell. 

Post and Telegraph Office. 

John Lindsay, Postmaster. 
Deliveries — 7.40 a.m.; 3.80 p.m. Dt'spatches--9.40 a.m.; 3.50 and 6.10 p.m. 



LINWOOD, BY PAISLEY, 

(INCLUDING CLIPPENS). 



ABERNETHY, Rev. John, Established Church clergyman, The 

Manse 
Anclei-son, James, clerk at Wm. Black & Sons (Ltd.) — house Lodge 

house, Blacks ton 
Anderson, Mrs., postmistress, 16 Napier street 

BEST, Francis, Bucks Head Inn, 15 Bridge street 
Brown, John, coachman and gardener at William Watson's — house 
Newfield lodge 

CARRUTHERS, John, labourer. Armour place. Bridge street 

Chambers, John, manager, W. Merry & Cunninghame (Ltd.) — ho» 
Abercorn cottage 

Co-operative Society Limited — store 32 Napier street — store- 
keeper William Young — house 1 5 Napier street 

Cuninghame, J. C, Craigends and Walkinshaw 

DEAN, Stewart, clerk at (x. & S.-W. Railway — ho. Station bdgs. 
Dixon, Mrs , fruiterer and confectioner, 17 Bridge street 
Donaldson, David, policeman, Lee place. Bridge street 
Dougherty, Mrs. B., wine and spirit merchant, 23 Bridge street 

FERGUS, Thomson L., engineer, Armour place, Bridge street 
Ferris, George, fitter, Armour place. Bridge street 
Fleming, John, gardener, Clippens lodge 
Eraser, Miss M., grocer, 9 Napier street — house 12 do. 

GALBRAITH, John, grocer and provision merchant, 15 Napier 
street ' 

Gillies, Miss, dairy, 31 Napier street 

Gilmartin, John, gardener to Mrs. Kerr — house Burnbrae lodge 

Greer, Alexander, church-officer. Established Church — house 11 
Napier street 

HALEY, Bernard, labourer, 2 Bridge street 

Hamilton, James, goods agent, G. & S.-W. Railway Co. — 

house Station house 
Horsburgh, Alexander, jo'ner, Lee place, Bridga strest 
Horsburgh, James K., manager at Paper mill — ho. Mill house 



320 LINWOOD DIRECTORY. 

JAMIESON, Miss L., teacher, 617 Duke streat, Glasgow 

KERR, James, farmer, Green farm 
Kerr, Mrs. Robert, Burnbrae house 
Kerr, Peter, civil engineer, architect and surveyor (of Kerr & 

Watson), Johnstone — house Branscroft house, Johnston 3 
Kerr, Robert, farmer, East Fulton 
Kerr, William, farmer, Linclive 

LEGGAT, Robert J., clerk at Paper mill — ho. Mosslands cottage 

Lochhead, James, engineer, 4- Napier street 

Lochhead, John, registrar of births, deaths, and marriages, 15 Napier 

street 
Lyle, Mrs. John, farmer, Middleton 

MORRISON, Duncan M'K., joiner, 1 Bridge street 
Muirhead, William, engineer, Ardenlea 

Muirhead, William, treasurer to Co-operative Society, Limited — 
house Riversdale 

M' ARTHUR, Archibald, ploughman to William Kerr, Linclive — 

house Armour place, Bridge street 
M'Govern, Miss, teacher, Lee place, Bridge street 
M'Kenzie, Hugh, Linwood, Inkermann and Paisley letter-carrier — ■ 

house Springbank road. Paisley 
M'Kinstery, James, boiler maker — house Armour place. Bridge 

street 
M'Lean, Ronald, coachman to Mrs. Kerr, Burnbrae house — house 

The Stables 

O'ROURKE, Joseph, shopman to Mrs. B. Dougherty — house 23 
Bridge street 

PATTISON, Charles, blacksmith, engineer, and cycle repairer, 7 

Bridge street — house 5 do. 
Post Office, 16 Napier street — Mrs. Anderson, postmistress 
Prentice, James, grocer and spirit merchant, 10 Napier street — 

house Armour place. Bridge street 
Prentice, John, contractor and cowfeeder, 22 Napier street 
Prentice, Eliza, teacher, Inkermann Public School — house 4 

Bridge street 
Prentice, Robert, flesher, 4 Bridge street — ^house Armour place, 

Bridge street 
Prentice, Robert S , flesher, 4 Bridge street — house 6 do. 



LIN WOOD DIRECTORY. 32 1 



Prentice, Thomas, secretary, Co-operative Society, Limited — house 

Napier street 
Public School, Napier st. — James Weir, teacher — ho. Schoolhouse 

REID, Miss Mary, teacher, Public school — house Red lee 

Ritchie, James, warehouseman, 46 Napier street 

Ross, Robert, North lane 

Rutherford, Thomas, farmer, Muirhead 

SCOTT, James B., Clippens farm — house Clippens house 

Scott, James B., farmer, West Fulton 

Scott, Mrs. James, Clippens house 

Smith, Thomas, spirit merchant, 19 Napier street — house Armour 

place, Bridge street 
Stark, William, engineer, Armour place. Bridge street 
Stevenson, David B., tailor, Lee place, Bridge street 
Stevenson, William M'L., factor, 47 Napier street 

TELEGRAPH Office, 16 Napier street— clerk, Miss Prentice 
Thomson, S. M., solicitor, Glasgow — house Linwood house 

WATSON, R. & W., paper makers, Linwood mills 
Watson, Robert, of R. & W. Watson— house Newfield, Johnstone 
Watson, William, of R. & W. Watson — house Newfield, Johnstone 
Watt, George, goods agent, Caledonian Ry. — house 60 High street, 

Johnstone 
Weeple, John, grocer and provision merchant, Clippens store — ho. 

21 Napier street 
Weeple, Miss Mary, teacher R.C. School — house 21 Napier street 
Weir, Alexander, farmer, Barskiven 

Weir, James, schoolmaster, Public School — house Schoolhouse 
Wilson, James, manager to William Black & Son, Ltd. — house 

Blackston gardens 
Wilson, William, market gardener, Erskine Faulds 
Wilson, William, -"oicer and cartwright, 4 Bridge street — house 35 

Napier street 

YOUNG, William, salesman, Linwood Co-operative Society 
Limited — house 15 Napier street 

Linwood Established Church, 

Rev. John Abernethy. 

Secretary and Treasurer — James Mitchell, jun., The Sohoolbouse. 

Clmrch Officer — Alexandei* Gi'eer, 11 Napier street. 

W 



322 LINWOOD DIRECTORY. 

LiNwooD Public School. 

Uuder the management of Kilbarchan Parish School Board. 

Head Master —James Weir. Assistants —Mias Mary Reid, L. Jamieson, 

and William Law. 

LiNWOOD Roman Catholic School. 

Mistress — Miss Weeple. Assistants — Miss Hanrahan and Miss M'Govern. 

LiNwooD Penny Savings Bank. 

Every alternate Tuesday in Public School. 
Treasurer — James Mitchell, jun., Schoolhouse. 

LiNWOOD Co-operative Society Limited. 

Store — 32 Napier street. Salesman — William Young. 

President — "William M'Kenzie. Vice-President — Archibald Buchanan. 

Secretary — Thomas Prentice, Napier street. 

Treajsurer — W. Muirhead, Riversdale. 

LiNWOoD Conservative Association. 

Club Rooms — Napier street. 

President — S. M. Thomson, 

Vice-President — Robert Stevenson. 

Secretary — James Prentice, Armour place. Treasurer — John L. Eraser. 

LiNwooD Horticultural Society. 

Hon. President — William Watson of Newfield. 

President — John Leitch. Vice-President — John Galbraith. 

Treasurer — William M'Kenzie, Bridge street. 

Secretary — Archibald Mitchell, The Schoolhouse. 

LiNWOOD Bowling Club. 

President — William Watson of Newfield. Vice-President — S. M. Thomson. 

Treasurer and Secretary — Archibald Mitchell. 

Green — Napier street. Keeper — Alexander Greer, 11 Napier street. 

Post Office, Telegraph Office, Money Order Office, and 
Post Office Savings Bank — 16 Napier street 

Mrs. Anderson, postmistress. Miss Prentice, clerk. 

Deliveries... 9 a.m. — 5.45 p.m. | Despatches... 11.30 a.m., 4.10 & 6 p.m. 



INKERMANN. BY PAISLEY. 

(INCLUDING BLACKSTON). 



ADAM, D. R., brickmaker, Inkermann — house Meadowbank, 
Greenock road 

BARR, Peter, grocer, Blackston 

Black, William, & Sons, Limited, Blackston works 

CHAMBERS, John, colliery manager — house Abercorn cottage 

HAMILTON, William, blacksmith — house 2 Victoria St., Paisley 
Harkins, Thomas, clerk, 117 Inkermann rows 
Houstoun, Archibald, farmer. West Walkinshaw 

KERR, William, South Candren and Linclive farms 

MENZIES, Archibald, grocer and provision merchant, Inkermann 

stores — house 52 Storie street. Paisley 
Merry & Cuninghame Limited, coal and ironmasters, Inkermann 

works — offices Inkermann and 109 Hope street, Glasgow 

M'INTYRE, Mrs., dairy, South Candren farm 

M'Kee, William, under manager to Merry & Cuninghame Limited 

PATERSON, Miss Christina, infant mistress, Schoolhouse — house 

8 Kevv gardens, Kelvinside, Glasgow 
Post Office, Inkermann Store — Archibald Menzies, postmaster 

RENFREW, James, farmer, Blackston Mains, Blackston 
Rowand, John, farmer, West Candren 

Russell, Thomas, traveller to Wm. Black & Sons, Ltd. — house 17 
Greenhill road, Paisley 

STIRRAT, Robert, farmer, Blackston Home Farm 
Strachan, John G., clerk at D. R. Adam's — house 52 Caledonia 
street, Paisley 



324 



INKERMANN DIRECTORY. 



Inkermann Public School. 

Teacher —Vacant. 

Infant Mistress — Miss Chi-istina PatersoD. 

Assistants — Eliza Prentice and Janet Cuthbertson. 



READING ROOM AND LIBRARY. 

President^Jdhn Chamber?. 
Secretary — Thomas Harkins. Treasurer — Robert Allan. 





POST 


OFFICE (INKERMANN). 


• ' 




Archibald Menzies, Postmaster. 




Deliveries, 
Despatches, 


... 


7.45 A.M 

12.30 p.M 


4.45 P.M. 
6.40 P.M. 


Deliveries, 
Despatches, 


.. 


(BLACKSTON). 

8 A.M. 

12 Doon 


5 P.M. 

5.15 P.M. 



INKERMANN BOWLING CLUB. 

President — Archibald Menzies. 
Treasurer — John Kennedy. Secretary — William Chalmers. 



QUARRELTON BY PAISLEY. 



CALDWELL, Robert, grocer 

Campbell, Angus, gardener, Johnstone Castle 

Campbell, Dugald, dairyman, Thorn 

Chambers, Ralph, gamekeeper to G. L. Houstoun — house Skiff 

cottage, Howwood 
Crawford, Arthur, clerk, Estate office, Johnstone Castle — house 

Thorn cliff, Thorn, Johnstone 

FLECK, John, joiner to G-. L. Houstoun — house Greenend 

GILLESPIE, Mrs. Thomas, farmer and contractor, Overton road 
— house Springfield 

HATRICK, James, forester to G. L. Houstoun — house Craigbog 
Houstoun, G. L., Johnstone Castle 

JOHNSTONE, Samuel, shepherd, Craigenfeoch 

MULGRAW, John, spirit salesman at Bird-in-the-Hand 

THOMSON, Villiam, blacksmith to G. L. Houstoun 



KILBARCHAN. 



ALISON, Rev. George, U.P. Manse 

BARBOUR, William, merchant and postmaster. The Cross 

Barr, P. & Son, wine and provision merchants, 28 High Barholm 

and The Cross 
Buchanan, James, beamer, 10 Ewing street 
Buchanan, James, licensed grocer, 2 Ewing street — house 4 do. 

CARSWELL, David, spirit merchant, 19 Low Barholm 
Clydesdale Bank Ltd. — agent, J. M. Porteous 
Cunningham, Mrs., grocer, 19 Ewing street 
Currie, .John, carrier, 19 Steeple street 
Currie, William, confectioner, 22 Ewing street 

EADIE, Mrs., Post Office, Millikenpark 

FINNIE, Robert, baker. The Cross 
Eraser, J, & C, clothiers, 15 New street 
Eraser, John M., spirit merchant, 25 New street 

GARDINER, James, slater, 36 Steeple street 

George, Mrs. Alexander, draper, 35 High Barholm 

Gibson, Robert, & Sons, Glentyan Laundry 

Glentyan Laundry 

Gordon, Robert, police inspector. Low Barholm 

Grant, Mrs., Bull Inn 

Gray, James, gas collector, 36 High Barholm 

Gray, Misses, milliners and dressmakers, 36 High Barholm 

HART, Robert, at Co-operative Society Stores — ho. Burnside ter. 

Herbertson, James C, M.D., Steeple street 

Hill, Mrs. John, baker, 17 Church street 

Holmes, A. & Son, tailors and clothiers, 25 Steeple street 

Houston, Miss, milliner, 33 High Barholm 

Houston, Walter L., secretary and manager of Gas Works, 19 

High Barholm 
INGLIS, James, weaver, 2 Gateside place 

KERR,' Finlay, inspector of poor, collector of rates, and registrar, 

Kilbarchan 
Kerr, Mrs. Hugh, confectioner, 28 Steeple street 
Kerr, Robert, painter, Woodlea 

LYLE, Peter, stationer, 2 New street 
MARSHALL, John, slater and plasterer, 12 Ewing street 
Martin, James W., blacksmith, 35 Church street — ho. Bleachfield 
cottage 



KILBARCHAN DIRECTORY. 327 

Masonic Inns, The Cross 

Meikle, John, plumber and gasfitter, The Cross 

Miller, John, at Co-operative Branch, Low Barholm — house do. 

Mudie, Henry F., M.B., CM., Meadowbank 

M'CALL, Archibald, mason, Church street 

M'Crorie, Thomas, headmaster of Public School — house Burnbrae 

cottage 
M'Cuaig, John, wine and spirit merchant, Masons' Arms Inn — ho. 

6 Church street 
M'G-regor, Oliver, Church street 
Mackenzie, Rev. R. D., B.D., The Manse 

NEILSON, Andrew, joiner and cartwright, Church street 
ORR, William A., M.B., CM., The Cross 

POLICE OFFICE— Robert Gordon, inspector, Low Barholm 
Porteous, J. M., bank and insurance agent, Bank house 
Purdon, Andrew, contractor, joiner, and funeral undertaker, 
Shuttle street 

RAMSAY, James, flesher and grocer. The Cross — ho. Old Manse 
Ramsay, John, grocer and flesher, 2 Steeple street 
Ramsay, Robert, grocer and flesher, 35 High Barholm 
Russell, Rev. Robert, M.A., Belleville 

SCOBIE, Robert, plumber and gasfitter, 23 High Barholm 
Smith, Robert, carrier, 24 Steeple street 
Stevenson, Miss Janet, licensed grocer. The Cross 

TAYLOR, Andrew, tobacconist and stationer, 6 Ew.'ng street 
Train, William, grocer, The Cross. 

KiLBARCHAN PARISH COUNCIL. 

Chairman — George Williamson, Peuwold, Bridge of Weir. 
Limcood Ward — William Mackenzie, William John HartReid, William Stevenson, 

John Weeple. 

Bridge of Weir Ward — William Aiken, Watthew Alexander, Robert A. Cowan. 

Kilbarchan Ward — Thomas M'Crorie, James Stevenson, George Williamson, 

Thomas B. Watson, Peter Lyle, Malcolm Neil, sen. 

School Board. 

CAajVmmi — Patrick Barr, Kilbarchan. 
Members— ]i. L. Holmes, A. B. Holmes, Rev, J. A. Abernethy, Rev. William 
Davidson, R. S. Milne, Wm. Mason. 
Cleric and Treasurer — J. M. Porteous. 

Public School. 

Headmaster — Thomas M'Crorie. 

Assistants — J. Thomson, W. Smith, Mary M. H. Scott, Jeanie Bain, Mary Weir, 

Janet 0. Comrie, Jessie R. T. Watson, Annie C. Purdie, Jessie M'Kab. 

Janitor and Drill Instructor — Thomas Dunning. 



328 KILBAKCHAN DIRECTORY. 

Parish Church. 

Minister — Rev. R. D. Mackenzie, B.D. 
Session Clerh — Thomas M'Croi-ie. Officer — John Black. 

U. p. Church. 

Ministers — Rev. Geo. Allison and Rev. Robert Russell, M.A. 
Organist— 3 . Adam. Sea^etary —"Roh&iX Wilkie, Low Barholm. 

Friendly Societies' Joint Stock Gas Light Company. 

Preddent—Tfamoi Crawford. Vice- President — Geo. Gardiner. 

Treasurer — William Barbour. Collector — James Gray. 

Secretary and Manager — Walter L. Houston. 

Co-operative Society. 

President — John Robertson. Secretary — John Muir. 

J'?'easwer — Archibald Hall. 

Central Store, 4 New Street ; Robert Hart, Salesman. 

No. 1 Branch, Low Barholm ; John Miller, Salesman. 

Coal Depot, Milliken Park Station. 

St. Barchan's Lodge of Freemasons, No. 156. 

-ffi. IT. J/.— James Leckie. .S'.TF,— A. Kitchie. J.TF.— Adam Ritchie. 

Treasurer— Wva. Kirkland. Secreta?-y — 0. G. M'Gregor. 

Hall, Masonic Inus. 

Ancient Order of Foresters. 
Court Robert Allan, No. 6090. ' . 

C.^. — John Miller. Secretai'y — J ames Buchanan. Treasurer— George Gibson. 

Independent Order of Rechabites. 

'•John Cameron" Tent. 

C.Ji. — Archibald Siuclai). 

Secretary — James Muir. Treasurer — Andrew Taylor. 

B. O. A. F. Gardeners. 

W.M. — Thomas Barr. Secretary — William Logan. Trectsttrer — James Inglia. 

I. O. G. T, — Glentyan Lodge. 

C.T. — William Blackwood. Secretary— James Neil. Treasurer — Robert Neil. 
Lodge Deputy — Andrew Taylor. 

Liberal Club. 

President — T. B. Watson. Secretary— 3 ohv^ Muir. Treasurer — A. Taylor. 
Club Rooms — Steeple square. 

Conservative Club. 

President — George Williamson , Secretary and Treasurer— Hugh. M'Laren. 
Club Rooms — New street. 

Bowling Club. 

President — R obert Kerr. Treasurer— ^ohevt Love. Secretary — Robert Ritchie. 
Greenheeper — John Richmond. 

Curling Club. 

Patron — George Williamson. Patronesses — Misses Williamson. 

President —Thomas M'Crorie. Vice-President — Alexander Barr. 

Secretary and Treasurer — J. M. Porteous. 



THE PAISLEY DIRECTORY 

ADVERTISING LIST. 



Robert Cochran & Sons, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

Silk Mergers, Drapers, Milliners, Mantle -Makers, 

CARPET FACTORS, AND UPHOLSTERERS. 



ROBERT COCHRAN & SONS, 

26 and 2 "J New Smithhills Street, Paisley. 



• 1 Established 185 7. l 

PHOTOGRAPHER, 
25 STORIE STREET, 

PAISIvKY. 



The Paisley Dye Works. 

Uarivallea. for Dyeing in all its Brandies. 
FRENCH 0LEANI1T&-A SPE CIALITY, 

QIBSON & REID ( Late Gibson Brothers.) 

RECEIVING OFFICES: 



EDINBURGH— 33 BRUNTSFIELD PLACE. 
GLASGOW— 308 ARGYLE STREET. 

Do. 51 ST. GEORGE'S ROAD. 

Do. 662 EGLINTON STREET. 

Do. 90 CANNING STREET. 

GOVAN— 710 GOVAN ROAD. 



PARTICK— 227 DUMBARTON ROAD. 
CLYDEBANK— 39 KILBOWIE ROAD. 
COATBRIDGE— 60 MAIN STREET. 
HAMILTON— 120 QUARRY STREET. 
WISHAW— 12 MAIN STREET. 
PORT-GLASGOW— 49 CHURCH STREET. 



PAISLEY— 84 HIGH STREET. 



THE PAISIiEir DYE WORKS, near WiUiamsburgh. 



330 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



DAVID M'GEOCH & SON, 

HORSE SHOERS and GENERAL SMITHS, 
COACH and VAN BUILDERS, 

ABERCORN CARRIAGE WORKS, 

3 and 4 Mill Street and 1 and 2 Miller Street, 

J0HN GILM0UR, 

AND 

CRATED "WATER MANUFACTURER, 

wsm sTmsT mb umtM < 

CHARLES STEVENSON, 

BULL in:^ posting establishment, 

Telephone No. 270. NEW STREET, PAISIiElT. 

HARRINGTONS, DOG CARTS, SADDLE HORSES, &c., JOB AND POST HORSES, 
HEARSES, FUNERAL AND MOURNING COACHES, &c. 

Funeral Undertaking^ and other Orders promptly attended to. 

WINNING & FULTON, 

ACCOUNTANTS, HOUSE FACTORS, 

LICENSED PEOPEETY VALUATOES & INSUEANOE AGENTS. 



FIRE, LIFE, PLATE-GLASS, ACCIDENT, AND EMPLOYERS' 

LIABILITY INSURANCE 

Effected on the most Advantageous Terms with First-Class Companies. 

Office: TERRACE BUILDINGS, FAISLE-X*. 

Telephone No. SS. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 331 



A Good Book is a Good FrieDd, 

But if our Good Books are to be lasting as our Good Friendships, 

they must be WELL BOUND ; therefore, make 

note that the Binders' Address is 

DAVID CARSWELL & SON, 

36 STORIE STREET, PAISLEY. 



Magazines, Loose Music, Boohs taken out in parts or louglit in paper covers 

NEATLY BOUND AT MODERATE PRICES. 

COUNTING-HOUSE STATIONERY SUPPLIED TO ORDER. 



ACCOUNTANT, 

ACTUARY OF THE SAVINGS BANK, 

AGET^T FOR- 

THE SCOTTISH AMICABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, 

THE SCOTTISH ALLIANCE FIRE AND GUARANTEE INSURANCE COMPANY LTD., 

THE NATIONAL BURGLARY INSURANCE CORPORATION, 

LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, 

LONDON AND BRITISH PLATE GLASS INSURANCE COMPANY. 

107 HIGH STREET (CROSS), PAISLEY. 

GLENIFFER LAUNDRY, PAISLEY. 

Town Offices, where Orders to Call are Received: — 

47 OAUSEYSIDE and 6 GILMOUR STREET. 

Also at GLASGOW, GREENOCK, and BELFAST. 



Goods collected and delivered in surrounding district FREE. 

PRICE-LISTS, WASHING BOOKS, and all Information 
on application to the Superintendent. 



332 ADVERTISKMENTS. 



JAMES ALEXANDER, 

HOUSE AND DECORATIVE PAINTER, 

5 GEORGE STREET- 
ESTIMATES GIVEN. Workshop and Stores. 162 GEORGE STREET. 



JAMES DRENNAN, 

COPPERSMITH and SHEET IRON WORKER, 
4 OLID SISTEIDIDOISr STIiEET. 

ESTIMATES GIVEN. WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. 



M'lLWRieK. 

PHOTGRAPHER, 

98 HIGH STREET, PAISLEY. 

J. & W. STORRIE, 

China, Glass, and Earthenware 
Merchants, 

37 HIGH STREET, PAISLEY. 



ESTui^BLISHH.!) 1859. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 333 



ESTABLISHED HALF - A - CENTURY. 



A. BELL & SONS LTD., 

DYERS AND CIiEANERS, PAISIjEV. 

Telephone No. 40. 

Misses BRANNAN, 18 Gauze Street. 



A&ENTS IN PAISLEY: 



Mrs. walker, 69 Love Street. 
Mrs. winning, 49 Broomlands. 
Mrs. weir, 4 Kilnside Crescent. 



Goods sent through above Agents will be charged the same, and returned as 
speedily as if sent to our own Receiving Offices :— 

6 GILMOUR STREET and STANLEY DYEWORKS, CAUSEYSIDE. 

BELLS' DYEWORKS, PAISLEY. 

^iRTIFiemL TEETH. 

5/- each; Set, 60/-; Full Set, £6. 



PAINLESS GAS EXTRACTIONS. 

XEHXHSXOI»I»E». 

]MR. L. H. KENTON, 
41 WELLMEADOW, 

Hours— 10 a.m. till 8 p.m. PAISLEY. 

Robert J. Bain, 

41 WELLMEADOW and 42 LADY LANE, 

Wholesale Cabinetmaker and Upholsterer. 



Makes up on Cheapest and Best Terms to the Trade 
Jobbing and Repairs of all kinds punctually attended to. 



334 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



TELEPHONE No. 179. 



PARLANE & KERR, 

Silk Mercers and General Drapers, 

The Cross, Paisley. 



J. TEMPLETON & CO., 

JENNY'S WELL LAUNDRY, Paisley. 



ESTABLISHED 1875. 



All Goods entrusted to us are Grass Bleached, Hand Washed and Einished, 

No Acids used. 

Post Cards loill have prompt attention, Goods being collected and delivered free of extra charge 

S Miss CRAWFORD, 16 Gilmour Street, and 
Receiving Offices, - | ^j^gg aDAM, 2 Gauze Street. 



R0BERT PHT0N. I 

fACKING CASE MAKER, 

MANUFACTURER of BISCUIT TINS, TINS FOR CORN 
FLOUR, MUSTARD, PRESERVES, &c. 

ESPEMIR WORKS, CADSEYSIDE STREET, PAISLEY, 



TELEPHONE 67. 



HOME KNITTING COY., | 

2 C AXJSEYSIDE STREET (Foot of Dunn Square). 

Manufacturers of all kinds of Knitted Hosiery. 

Speciality: LUMBAGO BELTS and SANITARY STAYS. 

Stockings and Sox Knitted and Re-Footed. Wools, &c. 

ALL AT MANUFACTURERS' PRICES. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 835 



Type -WRITING Office, 

"Express" Bnildings, 12 Causeyside Street, 

I'-A. I SLEWS'. 



AUTHORS' MANUSCRIPTS, 

SHIPBUILDERS' and ENGINEERS' SPECIFICATIONS, 

LEGAL and COMMERCIAL DOCUMENTS, 

and all kinds of GENERAL COPYING WORK carefully and 
confidentially executed. 

GOOD TEMPLAR HALLS 

(DYERS' ^WYND AND TERRACE ^WALK), 

TO XmIST 

For Lectures, Public Meetings, Concerts, Soirees, &c. 

LARGE PUBLIC HALL seats 1350 Persons. WEST HALL seats SoO Persons. 
LESSER HALL seats 400 Persons. TERRACE HALL seats 120 Persons. 

CONVENIENT ANTE -ROOMS, &c. 

Regulations for the Letting of Halls and Ternas nnay be had from Mr. 
ROBERT MARTIN, Hall-keeper, at the Halls, or at House, 20 Sandholes. 

PAISLEY 

FURNITURE AND BEDDING WAREHOUSE. 



The BEST and CHEAPEST House in town for 
FURNITURE and BEDDING. 



JOSEPH PATERSON, 

94 CAUSEYSIDE STREET, PAISLEY. 



336 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ROBERT HAMILTON, 

HOUSE FACTOR, 

AGMENT FOR, 

FIRE, LIFE, BURGLARY, and PLATE GLASS INSURANCES. 

Agent for "ALLAN" LINE STEAMSHIP COMPANY. 
Agent at PAISLEY and RENFREW for CLYDE TRUST. 

43 LADY LANE, PAISLEY. 

A\^. KNOX, 

53 STORIE STRSET. 



OFFICE OPEN NIGHT AND DAY. 

^►j. 

HOUSE — 53 STORIE STREET. 

G. ^WOOD & CO,, 

aLAZIEHS, JOIITEBS, &EEENH0T7SE BTTILDEES, SHOF 
FITTEHS and &LASS SHO'W-CASE MA.KEILQ, 

15 CAUSEYSIDE STREET. 



Estimates given for every description of Glazing, Window Painting, Window 

Cleaning, Joinery Work, Greenhouse Building and Repairing, Shop Fitting. 

Enamelled Letters fixed on Shop Windows. 



Show Cases, Shop Mirrors, Memorial Wreaths, Gas Globes, Glass Shades 
and Window Glass sold at Cheapest Possible Prices. 

J0HN MHeFEE. 

Seedsman, Bulb Importer, and Nursery Agent, 

3 MOSS STEEET, PAISLEY. 



ALL KINDS OF GARDEN REQUISITES SUPPLIED. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



337 



Solinslee Laundry 



ESTABLISHED 1860. 



DAVID LEOQAT & CO. 



GOODS sent to us are done up with a Perfect Finish, Grass 
Bleached and Dried in Open Air when weather permits. 
Our Vans call for and return Goods free of extra charge in 

GLASGOW, PAISLEY, JOHNSTONE, RENFREW, DALMUIR, 
BOWLING, CLYDEBANK, LANGBANK, BEARSDEN. . . , 
Post Card will have prompt attention. 




CONSULTING MEDICAL HERBALIST, 

AUTHOR OF 

" MOTHERS' FRIEND" and " LADIES' GUIDE TO HEALTH." 

Consults DAILY (Thursdays excepted) on all Curable Diseases by the 
Eclectic, Germicidal, and Botanic Sj^stem of Medicine, 

Using Nature's Safe Remedies for all Diseases. 

Address : PAISLEY ECLECTIC S BOTANIC DISPENSARY, 

21 Station Buildings, Old Sneddon St., Paisley. 

" Mother's Friend," a book for every woman. Published at 3/6, sold now at 2/6. 



ABBRCORN FUNERAL UNDERTAKING AND 

CARRIAGE HIRING ESTABLISHMENT. 

-^->- 

WILLIAM YOUNG, 

FUNERAL UNDERTAKER AND CAB AND CARRIAGE HIRER. 

-i^-- 

HOUSE, 43 GORDON'S LANE. 

STABLES AND WORKSHOP, - - - - 43 GORDON'S LANE. 

OFFICE, 2 COUNTY PLACE. 

BRANCH OFFICE, CANAL STREET STATION. 

FUNERAL OFFICE AND NIGHT BELL, - 36 CAUSEYSIDE STREET. 

STABLES OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. TELEPHONE No 28. 

X 



338 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ALEX. STEVENSON, 

FRACTICAI. CVCIiE MAKER AND REPAIRER, 

16 PRUSSIA STREET 

(Late 99 Causeyside). 

HIGHEST AND MEDIUM GRADE CYCLES. 

LADIES', GENT.'S, AND JUVENILES' BUILT TO ORDER. 

REPAIRS OF EVERY KIND. 

8EE8IGN0FTHEWHEELFR0NTENTRANCE,AT15 PRUSSIA ST. 

MATTHEW URIe! 

Wright and Builder, 

LAIGHPARK. 



ESTIMATES 
GIVEN. 



ROBERTSON & SON, 

HATTERS AND HOSIEBS, 

48 loss STREET, PAISLEY. 

ESTABLISHED EIGHTY YEARS. 

JOHN WALLACE, 

Painter, Paper Hanger, and Sign Writer, 

1 j-o:Ei3srsTOisr sti^eet, 

PAISLEY. 

Estimates given for all kinds of Painter work in Town or Country. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 339 



GROUND T© FEU. 



Very Good Ground to Feu on 
GREENLAIV ESTATE 

For villas, TERRACES, and COTTAGES. 



C DA VIDSON, Architect and Property Valuator^ 
TERRACE BUILDINGS, PAISLEY. 

TELEPHOi^E 170. 

Stonefield Laundry, 

PAISLEY. 

EXTENSIVE GRASS BLEACHING & DRYING GROUNDS. 
CARPET BEATING by NEW PATENT MACHINERY. 



G-oods Collected and Delivered in surrour.ding- Districts FREE. 

Price Lists and List Books Free on Application. 



FIELDER'S TEMPERANCE CJ\FE, 

THE CROSS, ana 

ROyAL 0/\K RESTAURANT. 

MOSS STR.KHX, 

The Best Places in Town for Breakfasts, Dinners, Teas, and Suppers. 

HALLS A3^D EOOMS TO LET FOU PAHTIES, MEETINaS, &c. 



When in Greenock, call at VIEI^DER'S CAFE, 41 Hamilton St. 

HOUSE ADDRESS — TYNEHOLM, HAWKHEAD ROAD. 



340 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



jMWMmm °W0©© St ©0., 

WISHAW AND AYRSHIRE COAL DEPOTS.— Underwood, Stoney Brae. Canal 
Street, Ferguslie, Saucel, and Pottbrhill, PAISLEY ; Fulbar Street, RENFREW; 
BRIDGE OF WEIR Railway Station ; YOKER and CLYDEBAJSK Railway Stations. 



All Classes of Furnace, Steam, Blind, and Smitiiy Coal, Tripping, Dross, Foundry and 
Malting Coke, Smithy and Gas Char, kept on Stock and Contracted for. 

Finest Qualities of Parlour and Kitchen Coal, Riddled Dross (for Ranges), Coal 
Briquettes, and Spool Wood, always on hand at Lowest Rates. 

Special Qualities of Household Coal. 

Mansion Mouse Coal and Auclienliarvie Turf Coal. 

Admirably adapted for Drawing Room use, being almost entirely Free from Smoke. 
A. Trial Solicited- 



HEAD OFFICE : UNDERWOOD, PAISLEY. 

Telephone 36. Telephone 36. 

ALEX. MACDOHALD & CO,, LTD., 

ABERDEEN GRANITE WORKS. 



Glasgow Branch and Showyard : 



Quarry masters and 
Workers in Polished Granite to the dueen. 



DESIGNS AND PRICES FOR ALL CLASSES OF MONUMENTAL 
WORK ON APPLICATION. 

TELEPHONE No. 259. 



H. M. MACFEE & CO., 

DRYSALTERS, OIL & COLOR MERCHANTS, 
NEW STREET 

(Opposite ]\Iessrs. Kerr's Thread Mills). 



BURNING, LUBRICATING, AND SEED OILS. 

TURPENTINE, PAINTS, WAXES, STARCH, SOAP, ACIDS, 
GUM, GLUE, BORAX, &c , &c. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 341 



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(ESTABLISHED 1790) 

PIANOFORTE DEALERS and MUSICSELLERS, 

49 HIGH STREET, PAISLEY ; 

42 BUCHANAN STREET, GLASGOW; 

AND AT 

LONDON, ABERDEEN, and INVERNESS. 

PIANOS, ORGANS, and HAHMONIUMS, by all tlie Best Makers, at the 
most Moderate Prices for Cash, or on the Hire Purchase System. 

INSTRUMENTS HIRED. 

PIANOFORTE and ORGAN TUNING. REPAIRS of every description. 
A Large Stock of Music. Orders ■promptly executed. 
VIOLINS, GUITARS, MANDOLINES, BANJOS, BOV^^S, CASES. 
Everytliing connected with the Trade. 

Paisley Representative — J. ROY ERASER. 





L I M I T £ B. 



The Coin|)aiiy has acqmrecl several 

1^I!1ST-CL4SS M0UGH4MS 

suitable for Marriages and Pilvate 
Hiring. 

FOR TERMS, APPLY TO THE MANAGER. 

BRAKES and OMNIBUSES 

also for Hire at Moderate Rates. 



Incle Street, Paisley. Telephone No. 251. 



342 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



WILLmM HUTT©N. 

GeeK ANB eeNFEGTieNER. 
5 JVIOSS STREET, J^AISLEY. 



Marriage Dejeuners, Dinners, Ball Suppers, &c. 



i 



Fangy Igbs a Spbgialty. 



L 



JOHN KILPATRICK & SON, 

Wrights and Funeral Undertakers, 

16 ABBEY STREET, PAISLEY. 



A Varied Selection of Wreaths always on Stock. 



Orders carefully and promptly attended to. Telephone No. 242. 



PAISLEY FUNERAL SOCIETY. 



Instituted 1824. Registered 1845. 



SMAIiIi CONTRIBUTIONS. LARGE BENEFITS. 

A Bonus has been declared every five years since 1870, and has never been 
under 50 per cent. 

For further particulars, apply to Archibald Neil, Secretary, 98 George 
Street. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 343 



ApHEW HAISlIIiTOIl, 

HOUSE FACTOR 

AND 

INSURANCE AQENT, 

93 HIGH STREET, PAISLEY. 



FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT, BURGLARY, 
PLATE GLASS, and EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY 

INSURANCES. 



WILLIAM S?LIBS, 



mM,'&wMmM^' 



(Late of Glen Street), 
IS NOW CARRYING ON BUSINESS AT 

38 CAUSEYSIDE, 

The Premises long occupied by the late William Miller. 



ESTIMATES GIVEN FOR ALL KINDS OF GRANITE WORK. 



344 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Telegraph— "EQUITY," GLASGOW. 
Telephone No. 4035. 

CALEDONIAN 

PLATE- GLA88 INSURANCE CO., 

Xj I UyC I T IE ID. 



ESTA-l BHalSIIESO 1871. 

58 REMIELD STREET, &las&0¥, 

AND PAISLEY AGENCIES. 



All Glass Insured at Moderate Rates, with Prompt Replacements. 

IMMEDIATE NOTICE OF ALL BREAKAGES 

should be sent to the OFFICS or AGENT 

APPLICATIONS FOR AGENCIES INVITED. 

Manager — DUNCAN WATSON. 



WILLIAM BIGGAR, 

8 ailvNIOUR STRBKT, 
HOUSE FACTOR, 

AND AGENT FOR 

London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Co. 

Capital, - - £2,127,500. 

General Life Assurance Co. 

Income, ■ - £354,000. 

ALSO AGENT FOR 

West of Scotland Plate Glass Insurance Co. 

Conservatories and Ornamental Plate Grlass Lamps Insured. 

The Scottish Employers' Liability and 
General Insurance Co., Limited. 

THIRD PARTY RISKS A SPECIALTY. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 345 



COLINSLEE. CAUSEYSmE STREET 

Telepho^No. 128. PAISLEY Telephone No 127 

Telegraphic Address: "^ ^ "^ Teegraphic Address : 

Production." " Distribution." 



Co-ODeratlvc piamilaGtuii Socletg, Hi 




A FEDERATION OF CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES AND CO-OPERATORS, 



•0- 



Share and Loan Capital, £69,402. Buildings and Machinery, £22,210. 
Amount of Trade, 1898, - £74,264. 

Manufacturers of Dress Tweed and Serges, Skirtings, Shirtings, Shawls, 
Quilts, &c., at WAREHOUSE and FACTORY, COLINSLEE. 

THE DRAPERY DEPARTMENT ^.^^y'fi^fl^o^^ 

(INCLUDING DRESSMAKING & MILLINERY) SS.' °' '^'^^"°'' ^"^'^'' " ''°'^^"^ 

THE BEUr.S CLOTHING DEPARTMENT ^iSllSili 

(Including TAILORING) SUITINGS, and TROUSER- 

INGS, which we are prepared to make in the Newest Styles and Best Finish, at Moderate Prices. 

HAT, CAP, AND HOSIERY DEPARTMENT — 6 CAUSEYSIDE 

(Directly Opposite Gent's Clothing Department.) 

UndePiaood Go-operative Goal Society, 

( H, I 3VL X T IE ZD ) . 



ESTABLISHED OCTOBER, 187 2. 

DEPOTS- UNDERWOOD &. POTTERHILL. 

Preside7it— JAMES EESKINE, 19 Neilson Street. 

Vice-President— J OB.lii RITCHIE, Craigielea Buildings, Blackstoun Eoad. 

2'reastcrer— J) AY ID MILLAR, 14 Argvle Street. 

Secretary— JOHN CHRISTIE, 10 Lady Lane. 

— » 

Registered. OfRce — 

UNDERWOOD COAIj DEPOT, Underwood Street, Paisley. 

♦ 

Salesman— JOHN HOLMES. House— 25 St. James Street. 

DIRECT OE-S. 



Allan Stevenson, 2 Caledonia St. 
David M'Fablane, 76 George Street. 
Jas. Hunter, Newhall Ter., Glen Rd. 
Andrew Maxwell, 1 Barclay Street. 
Daniel M'Dade, 5 Douglas Terrace. 



James Baton, 4 Eerguslie Buildings. 
James Baillie, 3 Whitehead Street. 
Joseph M'Lean, 6 M'Kerrell Street. 

Representative from Paisley Provident Society. 

Robert Twee dale, 2 Orr Street, 

Rei^resentative from Paisley Equitable Society, 



346 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PAIS tvEY 

PROI^IDEHT GO^OPERflTlVE SOGIETY | 

LIMITED. 



ESTJ^BXjISHEID ISSO. 



BOARD OF MANAGEMENT. 

President — Uti. GAVIN COOPER, 8 Anchor Buildings, Seedhill. 

Vice-President— M.-K. GEORGE THOMSON, 1 W^oodside Place. 

Secretary— Mu. JAMES WOOD, 2 Phillips Street. 

And Twelve Members of Committee. 

REGISTERED OFFICE — 140 George Street 

Manager — Mr. DAYID ROWAT, Aldersyde, Glasgow Road. 

Factor and Cashier — Mr. PETER SHANNON, 28 Carriagehill. 

Mr. JOHN LAUCHLAN, Bookkeeper. 



GROCERY AND PROVISION DEPARTMENT. 

Central, — 139 George Street, Mr. James Rowan D, Salesman. 

No. 1, — 168 George Street, Mr. Andrew Reid. Do. 

No. 2, — 68 Love Street, Mr. J. R. Pollock, Do. 

No. 3, — 48 Broomlands, Mr. James K. Hamilton, Do. 

No. 4, — 20 Lawn Street, Mr. Richard Sutherland, Do. 

No. 5, — 5 Cleopatra Buildings, Spring- 
bank Road, Mr. Wm. Semple, Do. 

No. 6, — 24 Underwood Road, . . . Mr. James Stewart, Do. 

No. 7, — 78 Broomlands, Mr. Andrew Hunter, Do. 

]S"o. 8, — 7 Mill Street, Mr. Robert Whyte, Do. 

No. 9, — 110 George Street, Mr. John Lauchlan, Do. 

No. 11, — 51 Caledonia Street, ... Mr. David Peacock, Do. 

No. 12, — Melbourne Terrace, ... Mr. Alex. Callander, Do. 

No. 13, — 1 M'Kerrell Street, ... Mr. Thomas Sunter, Do. 

No. 14, — 15 Abercorn Street, Mr. Wm. Strachan, Do. 

Steam Bakery, — 140 George Street. Mr. James M'Illvride, Foreman. 

ELESHING DEPARTMENT. 

Central, — 138 George Street, Mr, James Maxwell, Salesman. 



No. 1, — 


91 Causeyside, 


... Mr. 


Richard Wylie, 


Do. 


No. 2, — 


7 Love Street, 


... Mr. 


James Ritchie, 


Do. 


No. 3, — 


48 Broomlands, 


... Mr. 


Wm. M'Luskie, 


Do. 


No. 4, — 


1 Cotton Street, 


... Mr. 


Samuel Rae, 


Do. 


No. 6, — 


21 Underwood Road, 


... Mr, 


John Jamieson, 


Do. 


No, 12,— 


4 Kilnside Road, . . . 


... Mr. 


Wm. Towns, 


Do, 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 347 



Provident Co-Operative Society — Continued. 

DAIRY DEPARTMENT. 

Central, — 138 George Street, Miss Ferguson, Saleswoman. 

No. 3,— 54 Broomlands, Miss Ross, Do. 

No. 4, — 7 Lawn Street, Miss Paterson, Do. 

No. 5, — Springbank Road, ... Miss M'Dermid, Do. 

Jewellery & Hardware Branch, — 14 Causeyside, John Sunter, Salesman. 

■D 4. jev OT, T8 V. J 1^ Causeyside, William Gray, Salesman, 
Boot & snoe i3rancnes,|^g Broomlands, Miss Robertson, Saleswoman. 

Bread Shop, — 139 George Street, Miss Glover, Saleswoman. 

lS,a:EETI3NrG!-S. 

The BOARD OP DIRECTORS meet every TUESDAY Evening, in the 

Board Room, 140 George Street, at 7.30 o'Clock. 

The Monthly Meetings of the Society are held on the last Thursdays of 
February, March, May, June, August, September, November, December, 
at Eight o^ Clock p.m. ; and the Quarterly Meetings are held on the last Thurs- 
days of January, April, Jidy and October, at 7-30 p.m. 

The Books Close for the Quarterly Balance on the Third Tuesday of March, 
June, September, and December. 

PAISLEY PROYIDEKT CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY (Limited) 

ED UCA TIONAL BBPAR TMBWT. 

(Originated for purposes conducive to the Health, Instruction, Recreation, or Comfort of 
Members and their Families) 



DVC.A.3sr.A.(3-El OMIE 3sra? . 

Chairman — ^l^. THOMAS SERVICE, 1 Ladyburn Place, Seedhill Road. 
Secretary —Mr. WILLIAM ECKFORD, 48 Broomlands. 
Treasurer — M^. ALEX. M 'GO WAN, 26 Seedhill Road. 
And Nine Members of Committee, 



]sr O T I C K s. 

I^EADING-I^OOMS AND liiBl^Al^Y, 140 George Street (One Stair up). 

]Senny Savings Bani^ (Instituted 7th October, 1882), Open every Monday 

Evening from 7.30 to 8.30, at the Rooms, 140 George Street, Glen 

Street School, and 33 Gauze Street. 
IiEGfuui^BS, Soirees, Gxgui^sioms, fflusic and oiihei^ (©lasses, Giug., 

are arranged for at suitable times during the year. 
"(gO-OPEi^ATlYE Rews," delivered Weekly to Members paying Id. on the 

first Saturday of each Calendar Month. 
©OMMimiiEE CQEEipiNGS on TUESDAY Evenings, at Rooms, 140GeorgeSt. 
gUAr^jpEI^LtY fflEEiJilNGS of the Society, in connection with the business of 

this Department, are held on the First Thursdays in February, May, 

August, and November. Three vacancies in the Committee fall to be 

filled up at each Meeting. 



348 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



GLASGOW WHOLESALE & RETAIL 

General Wire fork, Wire Clotli, Steel Wire, and 
Boiler Tube Brush IManufactory. 

Telephone No. 934. 

4LMMDM WWM & CO., 

18 -WATSON STREET, near Glasso-w Cross, 

!') GLASQOW. 



Telegrams 
"WIRECLOTH," Glasgow. 



Estatolislxed 183 r. 





/First Street East> 
V in Gallowgate, 

Every Description of 

WIRE WORK and WIRE CLOTH 

In Copper, Brass, Iron, Steel, and 
Galvanized Wire. 

SUPERIOR 

a Boiler Tube Brushes 

In every Variety of Size 
and Material. 

Boiler 'f ube ^crapers 

In Every Size.j 

WIRE RIDDLES 



— AND — 



SIEVES 



FOR ALL PURPOSES. 




patent J(^mper(^d 
Steel U/ire 




Country or Export Orders Promptly Executed. 
EXTRA WIRE WORK OR WIRE CLOTHS WROUGHT TO ORDER. 



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